New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday sent in seven-day police custody BSF head constable Abdul Rasheed who has been arrested on the charge of supplying confidential information to Pakistan’s spy agency ISI.

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Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Khanagwal remanded Rasheed in police custody till December 7 to allow Delhi Police to question him.

Rasheed, posted with the Border Security Force’s intelligence wing, was arrested along with Kafaitullah Khan alias Master Raja of Rajouri district on the charge of obtaining secret information related to India’s national security and passing it on to the Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan.


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Delhi court remands BSF constable accused of spying to seven day police custody