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BJP and Bajrang Dal Leaders caught spying for Pakistan, again.

Sabrang Staff 24 Aug 2019

That's right. Five people including Bajrang Dal and BJP leaders were arrested from Satna in Madhya Pradesh for passing on information to Pakistan's intelligence agency and facilitating a terror funding racket in India. They would receive an alleged 8% commission in lieu of their services.



 
Bajrang dal leader Balaram Singh was earlier arrested on February 8, 2017 along with Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha IT Cell coordinator Dhruv Saxena and several others by the ATS on charges of spying for Pakistan and working with that country's espionage agency ISI. All of them were out on bail.
 
Accusing the previous BJP government of going easy on the terror accused, CM Kamal Nath questioned the shoddy investigations that allowed these men to come out on bail and resume their anti-national activities.


 
Allegedly the arrested persons were in contact with Pakistani handlers with whom they used to share "strategic information", bank details, and carry out dubious cross-border financial transactions.
 

BJP and Bajrang Dal Leaders caught spying for Pakistan, again.

That's right. Five people including Bajrang Dal and BJP leaders were arrested from Satna in Madhya Pradesh for passing on information to Pakistan's intelligence agency and facilitating a terror funding racket in India. They would receive an alleged 8% commission in lieu of their services.



 
Bajrang dal leader Balaram Singh was earlier arrested on February 8, 2017 along with Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha IT Cell coordinator Dhruv Saxena and several others by the ATS on charges of spying for Pakistan and working with that country's espionage agency ISI. All of them were out on bail.
 
Accusing the previous BJP government of going easy on the terror accused, CM Kamal Nath questioned the shoddy investigations that allowed these men to come out on bail and resume their anti-national activities.


 
Allegedly the arrested persons were in contact with Pakistani handlers with whom they used to share "strategic information", bank details, and carry out dubious cross-border financial transactions.
 

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