ISI spy Satvinder linked to Pak espionage racket in MP-Chhattisgarh brought for interrogation
RAIPUR/BILASPUR/BHOPAL: Satvinder Singh, the ISI agent, who was arrested in Jammu for sending information to Pakistan, and for his links with ISI agents across Central India, has been brought to Chhattisgarh for interrogation.
It was after Satvinder and his companion Dadu's arrest that the information about the spying racket in Central India was revealed to security agencies.
Subsequently, police had arrested Dhruv Saxena, who was earlier associated with IT cell of BJYM. A series of arrests had followed from Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Satna and later from Chhattisgarh and Bihar.
As many as 18 suspected ISI agents were arrested. The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) began probing the terror funding links. hey found huge transfer of cash to the tune of crmillions in these accounts.
Satvinder has been brought from Jammu. The Bilaspur district police produced him in the court. He is on police remand till May 8.During this period, he would be questioned about his network and activities, said officials.
Apart from sending information, they had set up parallel telephone exchanges that were used to convert internet calls to cellular and landline calls to hide identities. The exchanges were used to mask identities and linked them to their handlers outside India. These calls could not be intercepted.
Balram had 500 ATM cards and maintained diary of account, PINs, he got record of money he received from ISI handlers. This was distributed to ISI agents aross India. Also, they were involved in runnning online lottery.
BJYM IT cell convenor, over 15 others were arrested
Apart from Dhruv Saxena, Balram Singh, Mohit Agarwal, Manish Gandhi, Manoj Bharti, Sandeep Gupta, Rajjan Tiwari, Sanjyog Singh were those arrested.
Later, Ashish Singh Rathore, CB Singh and Himanshu Baghel were arrested. Manoj Mandal was caught from Bihar while Manindra Yadav, Sanjay Devangan, Avadhesh Singh were caught from Chhattisgarh.