Two Army personnel were arrested by the Punjab Police on Tuesday for allegedly spying and providing information to Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
According to reports, those arrested have been identified as Sepoy Harpreet Singh (23), who hails from village Cheecha in Amritsar and was posted in Anantnag. He joined the Indian Army in 2017 and belongs to 19 Rashtriya Rifles.
Sepoy Gurbhej Singh (23), a native of village Punian in Tarn Taran, belongs to 18 Sikh Light Infantry and was working as a clerk in Kargil. He had joined the Indian Army in 2015.
While speaking to the media, Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta confirmed that confidential documents related to the functioning and deployment of the Indian Army have been recovered from the two personnel.
Gupta said that both the accused had already shared pictures of over 900 classified documents — pertaining to the defense of the country and national security — to a cross-border drug smuggler, Ranvir Singh, over four months between February and May 2021, who had further passed them on to Pakistani Intelligence Officers.
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