IAF Group Captain arrested, undergoes questioning

IAF Group Captain arrested, undergoes questioning

IAF Group Captain arrested, undergoes questioning

Group captain Arun Marwaha, posted at the Delhi IAF headquarters, was handed over to Delhi Police on Thursday after almost 10 days of questioning by the counter- intelligence wing of the force, the source said. "During the interrogation, he disclosed before officers of Air Force intelligence wing that he was in touch with two women, and had passed on classified information about three new formations - Defence Cyber Agency, Defence Space Agency and a Special Operations Division - to them".

He was detained by IAF on January 31 and investigation was on.

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"We have found some objectionable conversations and pictures on his mobile phone", an investigative officer was quoted as saying. "He [Marwaha] was produced before a Delhi court, which remanded him in police custody for five days", Kushwaha told The Indian Express.

Marwaha is being questioned at the Special Cell's headquarters in Lodhi Colony area of south Delhi.

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The Delhi Police has filed an FIR against him under the relevant sections of Officials Secrets Act.

According to media reports, the officer was befriended by ISI agent on Facebook in mid-December and later they chatted on WhatsApp. After gaining his trust, the agents asked the officer for classified documents. Sources in the IAF said that the officer was honey-trapped by Pakistani intelligence, which used its women officer to get access to sensitive information. The police are also investigating if he had any accomplices. Marwah's phone has been confiscated and sent for forensic examination. The officer was indulging in certain "unwanted activities" through unauthorised electronic devices which is against existing orders, sources had said.

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