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ISI using women spies to attract Indian men Featured

According to Ferozepur Police station in Chandigarh, Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI is now using women spies to lure Indian men. The woman spies use Indian names to connect with the Indian men on social media. In the recent past, two such cases have come to light.

The first case was reported in August 2014 while another one came to the fore in November, where the Ferozepur police arrested two Indians from the cantonment area on charges of conducting reconnaissance of the area. In the interrogation it came to light that the spies had visited the Indo-Pak check post at Hussainwala twice, and they were in contact with an ISI agent Jaya Mishra, who had honey-trapped the accused separately. The accused were identified as Shiv Narayan Chandravanshi, 43, and Arjun Malviya, 35,of Bhopal district in Madhya Pradesh. "The two accused spies were in regular touch with a woman ISI agent, identified as Jaya Mishra, on the Internet," Ferozepur senior superintendent of police said.

 The ISI agent had told the men that she ran a clinic in Lahore and were doing public service by preparing medicine from black scorpions. The accused in order to confirm whether the woman existed, invited her to the beating retreat ceremony. After matching the details, they started trusting her. She then asked them to supply black scorpions. Funds worth Rs 12,000 were also transferred to their accounts.Earlier, the Pathankot police on August 30 had arrested an Indian Air Force (IAF) employee on charges of spying. He was accused of selling strategic information about the air force station to a woman, who is believed to be a Pakistani spy.

 Another suspicious woman Chanda Khan alias Fauzia was arrested on July 30, 2015, from a Samjhauta Express coach from Jalandhar and was booked under Foreigners' Act. The 27-year-old woman continues to confuse security agencies with her version that her Passport, visa and ticket were left with her maternal uncle Rashid Khan (Mamu) who vanished from a railway station. However, the agencies failed to trace the person named Rashid Khan from immigration authorities.

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