A Rajasthan man, honeytrapped by Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI, has told investigators that he shared critical information after being lured with photos of naked women and seductive conversations. Satyanarayan Paliwal, 42, a resident of Lathi in Jaisalmer was last week arrested under the Official Secrets Act on charges of spying, officials said reported by India Today.
During interrogation, Satyanarayan Paliwal claimed that women, who spoke to him on behalf of ISI, would often share naked photos in exchange for more information about the Army’s movement in border areas and the Pokhran firing range. Accused Satyanarayan Paliwal said he got greedy and started sending more sensitive information about the Indian Army to ISI for more such photos and long conversations. The accused also told investigators that he was in contact with these women via a fake account on social media. He used the same account to send confidential information across the border. Intelligence officials said that Paliwal had been in touch with ISI for a long time via social media accounts and was honeytrapped for critical information. The officials said that the accused was being watched for some time and many Army documents were found in his mobile phone when he was detained in Jaisalmer.