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Chargeesheeted Madhuri says ISI lover treated her like dog

She risked everything for `Jim` to whom she passed on secret info, but he treated her "like a dog".

New Delhi: She risked everything for `Jim`
Jamshed, an ISI operative she wanted to marry and to whom she
passed on classified information but disgraced Indian diplomat
Madhuri Gupta complained he had treated her "like a dog".

This picture of the 53-year-old former second secretary
in the Indian High Commission in Islamabad is drawn in the
chargesheet submitted by the Delhi Police before Chief
Metropolitan Magistrate Kaveri Baweja today.

Gupta, who was arrested in April, has been accused of
passing classified information to Jamshed and another ISI
official, Mubshar Raza Rana.

The chargesheet and annexures running into over 700
pages referred to contents of a letter by Gupta to Rana on
October 3, 2009, in which she said, "I have done my best for
him (Jamshed) and for his sake but he treats me like a dog".
"He has no consideration for me nor does he make any
effort to understand my position. Till we are married and
till I am in the present job, I have to behave accordingly.
But Jim has strong objections to my socialising with any
Pakistani...I am not used to sitting at home in purdah," the
letter quoted in the chargesheet said.

Gupta wrote, "It is better that we part our ways. Tell
Jim that Pakistani ko aajma ke dekh liya (I have understood
a Pakistani)".

In the letter, Gupta named herself as Javeria.

"The contents of an email showed that she was in love
with Jim (Jamshed). Both had planned to get married. It is
further very clear from the contents that Jim is a Pakistani.
The motive is clear and established from the email," the
chargesheet said.


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