ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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PRICES-The Darker Side

False Cases IN the din and bustle of the recently concluded electoral battles, one revealing incident has quietly slipped the attention of the people. Early in May, the CBI officially closed the infamous ISRO spying case, after accusing its fellow sleuths in the Intelligence Bureau of torturing the persons arrested in the case to make false statements. In its report, the CBI stated that there was no evidence of money changing hands or the recovery of any classified documents. It appears that the entire fraudulent exercise was intended to nail the inspector general of police Raman Sri vastava by involving him in an espionage scandal. For this purpose, two ISRO scientists and two Maldivian women were implicated and forced to identify Srivastava as the guilty person. But in its game to manufacture a spying scandal, the IB and the Kerala police have now got themselves embroiled in a much worse scandal a sham espionage case.

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