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BSF Soldier Arrested In Gujarat's Bhuj For Spying For Pakistan: Report

The Anti-Terrorist Squad said the Border Security Force soldier was arrested for allegedly working as a spy for Pakistan and passing on secret and sensitive information to the neighbouring country over WhatsApp.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 25, 2021 10:28 pm IST



BSF Soldier Arrested In Gujarat's Bhuj For Spying For Pakistan: Report

The accused had joined the Border Security Force as a constable in 2012. (Representational)



Bhuj:
A Border Security Force (BSF) personnel deployed in Gujarat's Bhuj battalion was arrested by the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) for allegedly working as a spy for Pakistan and passing on secret and sensitive information to the neighbouring country over WhatsApp, the ATS said today.
The arrested BSF man, identified as Mohammad Sajjad, is a native of Sarola village in the Rajauri district of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, who was deployed in the 74 BSF Battalion at Bhuj in July 2021, the ATS said in a release. Sajjad was arrested at the BSF headquarters in Bhuj.
Sajjad had joined the BSF as a constable in 2012.
He was getting money for providing the information which was getting deposited in the accounts of his brother Wajid and colleague Iqbal Rashid, the ATS added.
Sajjad had got his passport issued from the Regional Passport Office at Jammu. On the same passport he travelled to Pakistan for 46 days between December 1, 2011, and January 16, 2012, the ATS said, adding he had boarded Samjhauta Express from Attari railway station to visit Pakistan.
According to the ATS, Sajjad used two phones.
On one of his phones, he had last activated a SIM card on January 14-15, 2021. When the CDR (Call Data Record) of that number was examined, it was found that the SIM card, belonging to one Satyagopal Ghosh from Tripura, was first activated on November 7, 2020, and he (Sajjad) received two calls on that number.
The number remained active till November 9 before being deactivated till December 25, 2020. It was reactivated on December 26, 2020, the ATS said.


"On January 15, 2021, when the number was activated, an SMS was received at 12:38:51 hours. An SMS was received on the same number at around 12:38 pm, which seemed to be an OTP for WhatsApp. The number was deactivated thereafter," it said.
The accused received the OTP on this number and sent the same to Pakistan where he got the WhatsApp activated which he used to send secret information, the ATS said.
WhatsApp was still active and used by some person in Pakistan who was in touch with Sajjad, said the ATS.
ATS officials said Sajjad had misled the BSF by providing the wrong birth date. As per his Aadhaar card, he was born on January 1, 1992, but his passport details showed his date of birth as January 30, 1985.

"Two mobile phones along with their SIM cards, two additional SIM cards were seized from Sajjad's possession. Further investigation is underway," the ATS said.
 

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after reading the title i thought that he crossed the border and started working for Pakistan army in exchange for a decent meal or biryani. :sarcastic:
 

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BSF Soldier Arrested In Gujarat's Bhuj For Spying For Pakistan: Report

The Anti-Terrorist Squad said the Border Security Force soldier was arrested for allegedly working as a spy for Pakistan and passing on secret and sensitive information to the neighbouring country over WhatsApp.
All IndiaPress Trust of IndiaUpdated: October 25, 2021 10:28 pm IST



BSF Soldier Arrested In Gujarat's Bhuj For Spying For Pakistan: Report's Bhuj For Spying For Pakistan: Report

The accused had joined the Border Security Force as a constable in 2012. (Representational)



Bhuj:
A Border Security Force (BSF) personnel deployed in Gujarat's Bhuj battalion was arrested by the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) for allegedly working as a spy for Pakistan and passing on secret and sensitive information to the neighbouring country over WhatsApp, the ATS said today.
The arrested BSF man, identified as Mohammad Sajjad, is a native of Sarola village in the Rajauri district of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, who was deployed in the 74 BSF Battalion at Bhuj in July 2021, the ATS said in a release. Sajjad was arrested at the BSF headquarters in Bhuj.
Sajjad had joined the BSF as a constable in 2012.
He was getting money for providing the information which was getting deposited in the accounts of his brother Wajid and colleague Iqbal Rashid, the ATS added.
Sajjad had got his passport issued from the Regional Passport Office at Jammu. On the same passport he travelled to Pakistan for 46 days between December 1, 2011, and January 16, 2012, the ATS said, adding he had boarded Samjhauta Express from Attari railway station to visit Pakistan.
According to the ATS, Sajjad used two phones.
On one of his phones, he had last activated a SIM card on January 14-15, 2021. When the CDR (Call Data Record) of that number was examined, it was found that the SIM card, belonging to one Satyagopal Ghosh from Tripura, was first activated on November 7, 2020, and he (Sajjad) received two calls on that number.
The number remained active till November 9 before being deactivated till December 25, 2020. It was reactivated on December 26, 2020, the ATS said.


"On January 15, 2021, when the number was activated, an SMS was received at 12:38:51 hours. An SMS was received on the same number at around 12:38 pm, which seemed to be an OTP for WhatsApp. The number was deactivated thereafter," it said.
The accused received the OTP on this number and sent the same to Pakistan where he got the WhatsApp activated which he used to send secret information, the ATS said.
WhatsApp was still active and used by some person in Pakistan who was in touch with Sajjad, said the ATS.
ATS officials said Sajjad had misled the BSF by providing the wrong birth date. As per his Aadhaar card, he was born on January 1, 1992, but his passport details showed his date of birth as January 30, 1985.

"Two mobile phones along with their SIM cards, two additional SIM cards were seized from Sajjad's possession. Further investigation is underway," the ATS said.





This is the next stage of the persecution of Kashmiris/indian Muslims. Simply accuse them of being Pakistani spies and then meet out capital punishment to them.
 

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This is the next stage of the persecution of Kashmiris/indian Muslims. Simply accuse them of being Pakistani spies and then meet out capital punishment to them.
Stop counting stages then and do something for it.....Your leaders, Army, key board warriors like you...can only provide lip service and false hope to Kashmir...nothing else.

Now even Muslim countries have started endorsing India's stand...UAE started direct flights from Srinagar to Sharjah....over the Pakistani air space...you know what it means...Your government has given permission to use your airspace...that too to an Indian carrier to operate from IOK to UAE....Besides, UAE will provide a huge investment for IOK.... and we will keep counting stages of persecution.
 

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Stop counting stages then and do something for it.....Your leaders, Army, key board warriors like you...can only provide lip service and false hope to Kashmir...nothing else.

Now even Muslim countries have started endorsing India's stand...UAE started direct flights from Srinagar to Sharjah....over the Pakistani air space...you know what it means...Your government has given permission to use your airspace...that too to an Indian carrier to operate from IOK to UAE....Besides, UAE will provide a huge investment for IOK.... and we will keep counting stages of persecution.



As per your claims 18 months ago, have you now managed to find the proof that indians are responsible for modern technological inventions?.............. :lol:

I think you are suffering from little weiner man syndrome............8-):


PS Can you provide evidence of all the claims you made above? IF you are not lying then remember to post the links here...........:azn:
 

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As per your claims 18 months ago, have you now managed to find the proof that indians are responsible for modern technological inventions?.............. :lol:

I think you are suffering from little weiner man syndrome............8-):


PS Can you provide evidence of all the claims you made above? IF you are not lying then remember to post the links here...........:azn:
Yes I have managed. If you can post my post I can respond.....Besides, I have also completed by research on What you need to be to qualify as an "Elite" on PDF....

And yes....When you don't have answer, divert the topic.....isn't it?..... That's what your leaders have been doing with your population over 74 years.....you are from the same breed, so no wonder.
 

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WhatsApp spy??! What kinda spy use WhatsApp for communication. That Sh!t itself is designed to spy on people communication.

Just based on geolocation, telecommunications software would have highlighted the activity.
 

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Yes I have managed. If you can post my post I can respond.....Besides, I have also completed by research on What you need to be to qualify as an "Elite" on PDF....

And yes....When you don't have answer, divert the topic.....isn't it?..... That's what your leaders have been doing with your population over 74 years.....you are from the same breed, so no wonder.

Is that the same research where you claimed that indians invented modern medicine, science and technology?.................:lol:
 

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themselves......Your so called foreign minister (SMQ) along with your redundant ex DG ISI went recently to Afghanistan...do you know what happened to them there?...
Pls enlighten us what happened there...
 

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ok so now
ISI and Pakistan's Intel Agencies sharing and passing sensitive information over whatapp???

MashAllah India walo tum log sirf CID aur Crime Patrol ki episodes hii achi likh lete houn. InshaAllah Ye Psychological warfare tumhare bs ki baat nhi.
 

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This is the next stage of the persecution of Kashmiris/indian Muslims. Simply accuse them of being Pakistani spies and then meet out capital punishment to them.
You probably are right. We have seen how Afzul Guru was hanged, 3 daily wagers in Kashmir were kidnapped and killed by Indian army last year and just yesterday a milkman was killed. As if PSA was not enough, they are killing civilians on roads with impunity.
 

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You probably are right. We have seen how Afzul Guru was hanged, 3 daily wagers in Kashmir were kidnapped and killed by Indian army last year and just yesterday a milkman was killed. As if PSA was not enough, they are killing civilians on roads with impunity.




There was a time when indian Muslims used to curse, insult and be very anti-Pakistani to the core. They used to curse Pakistan and it's creation. They were more anti-Pakistani than even the indian hindus and sikhs. Perhaps they still are. indian Muslims are in effect a stateless and rootless people destined for a deadly future. Pakistan was NEVER a mistake. It was a devine creation. The BIGGEST mistake was indian Muslims and their belief that they were equal to and at one with the indian hindus and sikhs.
 
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