Indian Diplomat Madhuri Gupta Convicted for Spying

According to some emails sent by her, Gupta had fallen in love with an ISI agent by the name of Jamshed and had sent him and another ISI agent sensitive, official documents regarding government, army and defence personnel in India, as well as confidential government plans.
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Indian Diplomat Madhuri Gupta Convicted for Spying, Passing Sensitive Documents to ISI

New Delhi: Madhuri Gupta, an Indian diplomat who had been posted at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, was convicted by a Delhi court on Friday for spying for Pakistan’s ISI and passing on sensitive, official information regarding India to them.

According to some emails sent by the diplomat, accessed by CNN-News18, Gupta had fallen in love with an ISI agent by the name of Jamshed and had been in contact with him.

Additional Sessions Judge Siddharth Sharma held Gupta guilty and convicted her under section 3(1)(c) part 1 (punishable up to a period of 3 years imprisonment) and section 5 of the Officials Secrets Act read with 120 B of the Indian Penal Code.

The arguments on the quantum of sentence will be heard on Saturday.

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