Nearly 50 spy modules busted since 2008: Govt
New Delhi: The government on Tuesday said a total
of 46 Pakistan-backed spy modules were busted by the security
forces since 2008 in the country.
"During the last three years and the current year (2008
to 2011 till date), a total of 46 Pakistan-backed espionage
modules were busted in the country," Minister of State for
Home Jitendra Singh informed Lok Sabha in a written reply.
However, Singh said, no cases of espionage, specifically
by people working in foreign companies have been reported.
The minister said the government has been pursuing a well
coordinated and multi-pronged approach to tackle such
activities by strengthening the intelligence machinery,
ensuring a close interaction and coordination between
different agencies of the Centre and the state governments.
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