Acting on a tip-off received from intelligence agencies, the Ajnala police in Punjab have arrested a railway employee, allegedly working as a spy for Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
The accused has been identified as Ramkesh Meena and was working as a class IV employee with Indian Railways, posted at Atari railway station.
Senior Superintendent of Police (Rural) Vikramjeet Singh Duggal said the police have recovered photographs and videos of BSF officials, border installations, and the Samjhauta Express from the accused.
Interrogation has revealed that Ramkesh was filming the Atari railway station, Samjhauta Express train. He took photographs of BSF officers and meetings of the intelligence wings.
Police sources said the accused would send photos and videos to his Pakistan-based handlers. He had also filmed some of BSF posts.
Cyber experts are trying to retrieve data from his mobile phone to find out more.
A case has been registered against the accused in Gharinda police station. Further investigation is ongoing in the matter.
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