ISI bid to honeytrap three Indian officials in Islamabad foiled

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Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) set up a honeytrap for three officials of the Indian high commission in Islamabad to extract sensitive information from them, TOI has learned. The officials, whose names are being withheld because investigations are still on, were recalled from Pakistan earlier this week after they revealed the ISI plot and are currently being questioned.

Fortunately for India, the bid was foiled as authorities here got wind of the plot before any classified document could be passed on to ISI. The recalled officials+ , as of now, are not suspected of any wrongdoing and are helping in carrying forward the investigations. It's unlikely though that they will be asked to serve in Pakistan again.

The use of a femme fatale by spy agencies to lure officials of enemy nations is a common practice all over the world but it's rare for an Indian official in Pakistan to be ensnared. In this case, too, the officials seem to have realised early on what they were being led into, after which they decided to approach senior Indian authorities for help. The officials were asked to return to Delhi immediately.

The Indian officials worked with the language section and were responsible for translation of official documents. It seems several attempts have been made in the recent past to lure junior Indian officials to local hotels by women. "The attempt even in this case was to seduce them and later film them in a compromising position," said a source familiar with the matter.




The government will decide in the next few days how to proceed in the matter. Indian agencies here are also trying to verify if similar attempts were made to seduce any other junior-level official of the Indian mission.

An Indian official who served in Pakistan many years ago said the use of a seductress to lure unwary officials is even more prevalent than the use of cash. "Cash is difficult to account for and will leave a trail to follow," he said.

A second secretary with the Indian high commission's press division, Madhuri Gupta, was arrested in 2010 after she allegedly fell in love with a young ISI official and passed on classified documents about India's developmental work in Afghanistan. Gupta was apparently unhappy with her service conditions, including the fact that she had been promoted to the IFS 'B' category very late in her career.

Already on a wing and a prayer, India's relationship with Pakistan may receive another jolt with these developments this week. India and Pakistan expelled several diplomats last year after a Pakistani diplomat was held in India for spying and ordered to leave. The two countries are currently finalising the modalities for a meeting between former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is in Pakistan's custody for alleged espionage, and his wife and mother. Indian officials said that even as the matter remains pending before the ICJ, they'll continue to also seek consular access to him.

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They shouldn't expose them, but feed them all sorts of confusing and wrong information, implicating senior officers of the ISI as "spies" for RAW. Would be a great idea to mess around with a paranoid country. Opportunity wasted.
 

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They shouldn't expose them, but feed them all sorts of confusing and wrong information, implicating senior officers of the ISI as "spies" for RAW. Would be a great idea to mess around with a paranoid country. Opportunity wasted.
That's how things work my friend.

First counter intel team sniffs for all the square pegs in the round holes. If they even feel Something is wrong, then they dig history of that person.

Once the target is identified, wrong info is fed through him to identify the source.

Once the source is identified, then the mole in our security is caught(after feeding considerable amount flase info) to create mayhem in the enemy intel making them confuse over the info passed through him. Thus bringing them back to square 1. Whenever there is a chance, someone from this team is struck.
 

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A second secretary with the Indian high commission's press division, Madhuri Gupta, was arrested in 2010 after she allegedly fell in love with a young ISI official and passed on classified documents about India's developmental work in Afghanistan. Gupta was apparently unhappy with her service conditions, including the fact that she had been promoted to the IFS 'B' category very late in her career.
They shouldn't expose them, but feed them all sorts of confusing and wrong information, implicating senior officers of the ISI as "spies" for RAW. Would be a great idea to mess around with a paranoid country. Opportunity wasted.
If we have gems like this serving our Foreign Service forget about feeding wrong information, we might end up with baits. Pakistan is a war zone, Indians are there fighting a war, It is quiet a miracle that our Embassy have survived there so long. Pakis would tear it down and eat our staff raw If it were to them.

I don't understand why do we sent miserable ugly good for nothing, sexually frustrated in life f*ckwits like her, just look at her. Straight out of JNU types, pathetic how long did the High commission think she would survive there.



Madhuri Gupta, the IFS officer held for allegedly spying for Pakistan, is said to have told her interrogators that she passed on information to the Pakistani ISI "willingly and without any financial benefit" to "teach a lesson" to Ministry of External Affairs and its "arrogant" Indian Foreign Service officers.

"What took you so long to get me?" is what Gupta told Indian security agencies after her arrest.
http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/madhuri-deeply-resentful-of-ifs-her-arrest-blew-raw-officers-cover/612850/

Those who don't know, Pakis have a history of honey trapping frustrated women, the first thing they do is bombard these old fuglies with handsome dudes hoping they would slip. They honey trapped the wife of an American Ambassador who died with Zia, Robin Raphel and she was a key decision maker in US. It was only after 2014 that she was caught read handed, coincidence with regime change in India, I don't think so. Most probably info was fed to Americans by Doval.

No wonder we have the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, what did they expect would be the result after such high level compromises.
 

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If we have gems like this serving our Foreign Service forget about feeding wrong information, we might end up with baits. Pakistan is a war zone, Indians are there fighting a war, It is quiet a miracle that our Embassy have survived there so long. Pakis would tear it down and eat our staff raw If it were to them.

I don't understand why do we sent miserable ugly good for nothing, sexually frustrated in life f*ckwits like her, just look at her. Straight out of JNU types, pathetic how long did the High commission think she would survive there.





http://archive.indianexpress.com/ne...fs-her-arrest-blew-raw-officers-cover/612850/
http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/madhuri-deeply-resentful-of-ifs-her-arrest-blew-raw-officers-cover/612850/
Those who don't know, Pakis have a history of honey trapping frustrated women, the first thing they do is bombard these old fuglies with handsome dudes hoping they would slip. They honey trapped the wife of an American Ambassador who died with Zia, Robin Raphel and she was a key decision maker in US. It was only after 2014 that she was caught read handed, coincidence with regime change in India, I don't think so. Most probably info was fed to Americans by Doval.

No wonder we have the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, what did they expect would be the result after such high level compromises.
She was a B grade IFS officer, which means that she was promoted to officer rank after being in the staff services. I know for a fact that A grade IFS officers, i.e those who enter directly into IFS through UPSC exam, do not mingle well with B Grade officers. Male B grade officers understand and accept this without a fuss. Salary's good, Job's good, nothing to complain about. But females in embassies have extremely big egos, and regularly throw a fit when they're not given the "respect" they think they deserve by their senior officers. She specifically said that she passed on information to the Pakistani ISI "willingly and without any financial benefit" to "teach a lesson" to Ministry of External Affairs and its "arrogant" Indian Foreign Service officers. Pretty much a dumb bitch who thought of herself as more important than she actually was.
 

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If we have gems like this serving our Foreign Service forget about feeding wrong information, we might end up with baits. Pakistan is a war zone, Indians are there fighting a war, It is quiet a miracle that our Embassy have survived there so long. Pakis would tear it down and eat our staff raw If it were to them.

I don't understand why do we sent miserable ugly good for nothing, sexually frustrated in life f*ckwits like her, just look at her. Straight out of JNU types, pathetic how long did the High commission think she would survive there.





http://archive.indianexpress.com/ne...fs-her-arrest-blew-raw-officers-cover/612850/
http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/madhuri-deeply-resentful-of-ifs-her-arrest-blew-raw-officers-cover/612850/
Those who don't know, Pakis have a history of honey trapping frustrated women, the first thing they do is bombard these old fuglies with handsome dudes hoping they would slip. They honey trapped the wife of an American Ambassador who died with Zia, Robin Raphel and she was a key decision maker in US. It was only after 2014 that she was caught read handed, coincidence with regime change in India, I don't think so. Most probably info was fed to Americans by Doval.

No wonder we have the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, what did they expect would be the result after such high level compromises.
She was a B grade IFS officer, which means that she was promoted to officer rank after being in the staff services. I know for a fact that A grade IFS officers, i.e those who enter directly into IFS through UPSC exam, do not mingle well with B Grade officers. Male B grade officers understand and accept this without a fuss. Salary's good, Job's good, nothing to complain about. But females in embassies have extremely big egos, and regularly throw a fit when they're not given the "respect" they think they deserve by their senior officers. She specifically said that she passed on information to the Pakistani ISI "willingly and without any financial benefit" to "teach a lesson" to Ministry of External Affairs and its "arrogant" Indian Foreign Service officers. Pretty much a dumb bitch who thought of herself as more important than she actually was.
 

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