One Clerk arrested in Jaipur for spying for ISI, Pakistan

Rajasthan Police Friday arrested a clerk posted in the Indian Army's south-west command here on charges of spying for Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency, an officer said. B.K. Sinha, 43, is an upper divisional clerk (UDC) in Jaipur, Additional Director General of Police (Intelligence) Dalpat Singh Dinkar told mediapersons.
"The accused is a resident of Karimganj in Assam and was working closely with a Nepal-based ISI agent. He joined the Army Supply Corp in Jaipur in 1995 and was posted in Siliguri from 2000 to 2011 after which he was promoted and came back to Jaipur," Additional Director General (Intelligence) DS Dinkar was quoted as saying by the media. " Through another colleague in the Army, Sinha had met the ISI agent in Nepal. He frequented Kathmandu to share strategic information about the Army and its movement with the ISI agent," Dinkar said. Sinha confessed to spying during interrogation under the Official Secrets Act.