Pakistani spy arrested from Meerut: UP ATS caught, was sending army secrets from Moscow to ISI, resident of Hapur

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Pakistani spy arrested from Meerut: UP ATS caught, was sending army secrets from Moscow to ISI, resident of Hapur

Pakistani ISI agent Arrested From Meerut: Uttar Pradesh Anti Terrorism Squad (UP ATS) has achieved great success. ATS has arrested a Pakistani Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) agent. He was posted at the Indian Embassy in Moscow. Despite being an Indian employee, he was giving army secrets to ISI. The accused has been arrested from Meerut.

The detective is a resident of Hapur
The name of ISI agent is Satyendra Siwal son of Jaiveer Singh. He is a resident of Shahmahiuddinpur village of Dehat police station area in Hapur district. Satyendra was posted at the Indian Embassy in Russia since 2021. She worked there as an India Based Security Assistant (IBSA).

Working as MTS in Ministry of External Affairs
UP ATS received information that the handlers of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI are luring the Foreign Ministry employees into spying by luring them in honey traffic and luring them with money. Many important and confidential information related to the Indian Army was being collected through agents. As the investigation progressed, Satyendra Siwal’s name came to light. He is appointed to the post of MTS (Multi-Tasking, Staff) in the Ministry of External Affairs. Currently working in the Indian Embassy in Moscow.

Inquiry was done by calling Meerut
Caught in the trap of ISI handlers, he is involved in anti-India activities. Was giving important classified information about the strategic activities of the Embassy of India, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of External Affairs and Indian military establishments. Satyendra Siwal was called to ATS Field Unit Meerut and interrogated. Initially he did not cooperate in the investigation. But later he confessed to spying and was arrested from Meerut.

During interrogation, Satyendra Siwal revealed that he used to bribe Indian government officials with money to extract information about the Indian Army and its day-to-day functioning. He has also been accused of passing important and confidential information about the Indian Embassy, ​​Defense Ministry and Foreign Affairs to ISI handlers.

Detective found only Rs 600
A case has been registered against Satyendra in Lucknow. Two mobile phones, Aadhar card, PAN card, identity card and Rs 600 in cash were recovered from him.


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