Pakistan Intelligence agency


PAKISTANI secret agency ISI has offer a job to a member of Bihar based an influential Muslim NGO Jamaat-e-Islami Hind. Cyber crime cell of the state police are trying to trace the IP of the mail.

According to media reports, a case has been registered at Sultanganj police station by Rizwan Ahmed in connection with the mail.

On December 9, Rizwan was informed through email that ISI has selected him for recruitment. Rizwan is member of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind and resident of a village in Araria district and living in a rented house in Pathar Ki Masjid locality in Patna.

Mail received by Ahmad was sent by Pakistan’s ISI which informed him that he has been recruited by the agency. The mail also informed him that it is a confidential mail and asked him not to disclose it to anyone.

Sub-divisional police officer Rajesh Kumar is investigating the matter.

“It seems to him that mail was a part to attempt to tarnish his image and to defame the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind,” said Rizwan.

Complaint against IPS officer

BABUJAN Ansari, a native of Shivganj in West Champaran district, Bihar has lodged a complaint with Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar alleging that the an IPS officer abused and assaulted him and threatened him to frame in a case for being an ISI agent. Nitish Kumar asked DGP Abhayanand to take necessary action in the matter.

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