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Journalist Vivek Raghuvanshi and former Navy Commander arrested for leaking sensitive information of Army and DRDO

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The CBI has arrested independent journalist Vivek Raghuvanshi and former Navy Commander Ashish Pathak in connection with the leaking of important information related to defense research and DRDO, including sensitive information related to the army. These people have also leaked information about the future plans and policies of the Army and DRDO.

Arrested under Official Secrets Act

Journalists Vivek Raghuvanshi and Ashish Pathak have been arrested under the Official Secrets Act. The CBI had raided the document leak case, after which they were arrested. Officials told that due to these confidential documents, the relations of other countries with India can be affected. Significantly, Vivek Raghuvanshi was questioned by the CBI on Tuesday evening.

Case was registered in December for investigation

A CBI spokesperson said that the agency had registered a case in December to probe the information leak. Vivek Raghuvanshi is accused of being involved in the collection of sensitive information including details of DRDO projects and their progress, future procurement of the armed forces, strategic preparedness, India’s diplomatic talks with friendly countries and sharing of classified information with foreign intelligence agencies Is.

Vivek Raghuvanshi writes articles on American portal

Vivek Raghuvanshi used to write articles in a news portal in America. A CBI official told the media that this investigation could have international implications. The probe will find out whether data and information about defense projects have also been shared in detail.

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