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Friday, March 27, 2015

Pakistani spies sent to get details of Project Varsha, new naval base in Sri Lanka: NIA

Two Pakistani intelligence officers posted in Sri Lanka deputed two spies to get details of 'Project Varsha', India's new naval base near Visakhapatnam which will be home for its new fleet of nuclear submarines.

They also asked the spies to attempt befriending and luring Indian Navy and Army officers to Colombo where "women and cash could be arranged" to get information on defence matters, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has said in an explosive 43-page charge-sheet submitted in a court on March 6.

The charge-sheet, accessed by ET, says one of the spies - Thameem Ansari - was asked by the Pakistani officers to pose as a film-maker making a documentary titled 'Power of India' on the Indian armed forces to befriend some Army and Navy officers.

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