Delhi Court Dismisses Bail Plea of Chinese Woman in Espionage Case Involving Journalist Rajeev Sharma

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    Delhi Court Dismisses Bail Plea of Chinese Woman in Espionage Case Involving Reporter Rajeev Sharma

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    Cops had declared that Sharma, currently in judicial custody, was apparently handing down sensitive details about India’s border technique, Army’s implementation and procurement, and foreign policy to Chinese intelligence companies.

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    A Delhi court has rejected bail to a Chinese lady apprehended in an espionage case, including independent journalist Rajeev Sharma, saying she may run away the nation. Authorities had actually declared that Sharma, currently in judicial custody, was allegedly passing on sensitive details about India’s border technique, Army’s implementation and procurement, and foreign policy to Chinese intelligence companies.

    Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pawan Singh Rajawat dismissed the bail application of Qing Shi on November 12, saying she may leave from the country and attempt to duplicate similar offense. If released on bail implicated will not only attempt to leave from the nation through land paths, she may also attempt to Indulge in comparable offenses.

    Additionally, the other product which were recuperated at her circumstances, paired with the preliminary electronic proof collected by the investigating firm points towards involvement of accused in commission of offence, the judge said. No adequate ground was constructed out to give her bail, he added.

    Sharma was apprehended on September 14 by the Unique Cell based upon Indian intelligence inputs, and police presumably seized some defence classified documents from his house. Shi, who was arrested along with her Nepalese associate, had actually got admission in a nursing course in 2013 and was remaining in India ever since.


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