ISI bid to honeytrap three Indian officials in Islamabad foiled


New Delhi: Three officials of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad were recalled earlier this week after they revealed that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has set up a honeytrap for them to extract sensitive information from them, according to a report.

The officials, whose names are being withheld because investigations are still on.

The recalled officials are helping in carrying out the investigations and have not been suspected of any wrongdoing. Also, no classified document has been passed on to ISI as the bid was foiled well in time, the report further added.

The Indian officials worked with the language section and were responsible for the translation of official documents. It seems several attempts have been made in the recent past to lure junior Indian officials to local hotels by women, according to sources.

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