IN THE INDIAN NAVY SPYING RACKET CASE, PAKISTANI NATIONAL IS ONE OF TWO CHARGESHEETED: NIA

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In an espionage case involving the Indian Navy that was discovered in Andhra Pradesh earlier this year, the National Investigation Agency on Wednesday filed a charge sheet against two individuals, including a suspected Pakistani national. According to an NIA Special Court spokesperson, charges were brought against Akash Solanki, 21, of Uttar Pradesh and the wanted Pakistani agent Meer Balaj Khan in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, under the appropriate sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

The NIA re-registered the case on June 5 after it had initially been registered at the Counter Intelligence Cell Police Station in Vijayawada. Solanki is one of two people who have been detained so far in connection with the case.

The statement said that Solanki, an Electrical Artificer Radio Apprentice (EAC) at the Naval Dockyard in Vishakhapatnam, was disclosing secret information about the warships and submarines of the Indian Navy.

The NIA re-registered the case on June 5 after it had initially been registered at the Counter Intelligence Cell Police Station in Vijayawada. Solanki is one of two people who have been detained so far in connection with the case.

The official claimed that “he was sharing the information with a suspected Pakistani intelligence agent, operating under the assumed identity of “Aditi Chouhan,” as well as other unnamed people.”

According to the NIA, investigations showed that Solanki had been receiving money in exchange for the information through crypto channels from another accused Pakistani agent, Meer Balaj Khan.

According to the spokeswoman, “Khan’s credentials obtained from Binance (a major cryptocurrency exchange) disclosed a Pakistan ID card during investigations.” They participated in an espionage ring where critical information about the Indian Navy was released as part of an anti-India plot, the agency claimed, along with other Pakistani Intelligence personnel.

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