Indian colonel confronts ISI's honey trap

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Should the Colonel be punished or forgiven?

  1. Colonel Should be punished as per the law for inappropriate behavior.

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  2. Colonel should be forgiven completely for his honesty. no punishment.

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  3. I respect Colonel's honesty but he still should be punished as per the law.

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  4. Colonel should be forgiven by sentencing minimum punishment.

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  1. utubekhiladi

    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    The Indian Army is conducting a Court of Inquiry against a Colonel who was allegedly honey-trapped by Pakistan intelligence agency ISI in Bangladesh.

    NEW DELHI: The Indian Army is conducting a Court of Inquiry against a Colonel who was allegedly honey-trapped by Pakistan intelligence agency ISI in Bangladesh.

    Sources said the Colonel was cultivated by a woman when he was posted in Bangladesh for a military course in one of the institutes of the neighbouring country. The relationship developed into a love affair sometime in the middle of this year, the Colonel has confessed to Indian army contacts.

    Later sometime in October, the Colonel was approached by ISI operatives based in Bangladesh, asking him to work for them. Sources said the Colonel also received letters threatening to put up on the Internet photographs of him in compromising position with the woman, as well as to send them to Delhi, if he failed to work for the ISI. When the pressure mounted on him, the Colonel reported the entire matter to the Indian High Commission in Dhaka, sources said.

    The officer was immediately repatriated to Delhi and the Army headquartered ordered a Court of Inquiry. Sources said the inquiry has gotten underway in Delhi.

    Much of the inquiry is dependent on the statement of the Colonel. Sources said very little independent evidence was available.


    Indian Army Colonel honey-trapped by ISI, probe ordered - The Times of India
     
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  3. hitesh

    hitesh New Member

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    Colonel caught with his pants down & that too in other country ,he should have shot himself if he had any dignity left , last time some other officer was honey trapped in pakistan & one in russia .
     
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    agentperry Senior Member Senior Member

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    sex in the city.

    this si the adverse effect of having sexually frustrated society
     
  5. Bhadra

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    At least he confessed that he has an organ with a need. Thank God he is not from BSF. A good colonel with some force left with him !!
     
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    That means Indian army is staffed with real men and not hizardas !! This tool can be used in the reverse direction like James Bond, Ok.
     
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  7. trackwhack

    trackwhack Tihar Jail Banned

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    So he is guilty because he is straight? Is there a rule that states you cannot have sex if you are in the Army? Or are there legal implications apart from the absurd moral and societal ones that come with infidelity? This is absolute bull.
    He was seduced by a woman. When the ISI looked at blackmailing him, he told them fk you, my honor is not as important as the country's security. I'd rather face the music from my family for infidelity than compromise my nations defenses. And he has to be punished for that? WTF? The press has made it sound like the colonel's act is disgraceful and he has to be court martialed. What honey trapped? He was not trapped. He showed the ISI the finger and told them to suck on it.
     
  8. sayareakd

    sayareakd Moderator Moderator

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    They should have posted the photo of honey trap, since India intell guys knows it, at least we should see if she was worth it.
     
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  9. W.G.Ewald

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    Ouch!

    Remember: "Nobody is entirely worthless. They can always serve as a bad example."
     
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  10. Bangalorean

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    Perfectly right.

    The Indian press and society is hypocritical. All the goddamn sexually frustrated idiots want to play moral police here.

    I respect the man for not selling the nation's security. You are right - he put the nation above his own honour. He was NOT trapped.

    Useless media, moron journalists. I feel pity for the officer.

    This is the problem with having an overdose of emphasis on so-called bloody "morality" in life in India.
     
  11. hitesh

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    He was a married man & officers who go on official tour ect always go through a briefing of do's & don't by Intelligence fellow's specially if tour involves countries like Pak, bangla,AF etc . He was a colonel [​IMG] .its disgraceful for an officer of such high designation who has bin briefed about possible penetration by enemy intelligence still going for it , that's pathetic.

    when caught in the web by ISI he did no favor for his counter by not going by there demands ,he only tried to save his ass as he knew he is already FKed up
     
  12. Bangalorean

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    And why should the man be punished at all? And who voted in favour of punishing him? Punish him for having sex? For cheating on his wife? LOL, all you people who are asking for his "punishment" - are you hijdas, or are you just jealous that there are men who get to have sex with pretty women, while you have only the internet? :pound:

    Stop being moral policemen. :frusty:

    The officer can be rebuked for not reporting the matter immediately, and waiting till the pressure mounted. He can also be rebuked for not being careful enough about these things while on foreign posting. But the people asking for his punishment on "moral grounds" need a hard kick up their backside. :frusty: Enough moral policing in India. :frusty:
     
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  13. hitesh

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    the gross point is ,he was "on duty " GOI not sent him there for a sex holiday . There is a code of conduct which every officer has to follow & he breached this conduct thus he is liable for court martial .
     
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    Huh? the man met a woman, fell in love

    The man was asked to betray his country

    The man realized that the woman he fell in love with was a trap and he went straight to the authorities...did not care about any pictures being leaked

    THE FREAKING MAN IS A HERO! ---he never sold his country and you geniuses want to shoot him?
     
  15. utubekhiladi

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    :scared1: i voted him that he should be forgiven completely and with no punishment
     
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    Should be given minimum punishment.
     
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  17. utubekhiladi

    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    he should be forgiven with no punishment. period. his loyalty was unshaken for his country.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. utubekhiladi

    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    if you punish this colonel today, then tomorrow, nobody else will come forward and confess when trapped by ISI. they would prefer to betray our country for the fear of or to avoid punishment.
     
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  19. The Messiah

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    He was a real man! He was on the lookout for women and didn't betray country.

    Throw the rules book at him and leave him be.

    I also think this had the potential of becoming a double agent!
     
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  20. Bangalorean

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    Does this so-called "code of conduct" state that one must not have sex? What exactly is this "code of conduct" - is it really codified somewhere? I guess not - it is all about "morals". All hypocritical Indian living room discussions about "moral living". :frusty:

    The problem with many people in Indian society is, they place more emphasis on empty things like "morals", rather than real issues. :sad:

    The officer needs to be rebuked for not factoring in the possibility that on a foreign posting, there might be attempts to "honeytrap" him. If at all he has to be punished, he needs to be punished for not letting his superiors know immediately, and delaying till ISI applied more pressure on him. Even then, there should be a mild/minimum punishment because at the end of the day, he put the nation above his honour and his personal life.
     
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  21. trackwhack

    trackwhack Tihar Jail Banned

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    Everyone falters. Very few have balls big enough to man up to his mistakes. This man was one of those rare ones. You want to penalize him for that? Thats stupid. Read the newsclip, it says - Much of the inquiry is dependent on the statement of the Colonel. Sources said very little independent evidence was available., which means no one would have even known had he not come forward. That takes a lot, acknowledge that.
     
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