New Delhi: In the case of leaking sensitive intelligence information to the terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba, the noose around IPS officer Arvind Digvijay Negi has tightened as the National Investigation Agency is to charge him next week, according to sources.
A chargesheet will be filed against a total of nine people for providing intelligence to LeT, including Negi, who worked in the NIA. Haider, a Pakistani, is also among the nine accused.
According to sources, the NIA has asked permission from the Ministry of Home Affairs to file a chargesheet against Negi, Parvez Khurram and Haider alias Ali, and others.
During its investigation, the NIA discovered that Negi for the first time handed over confidential documents to the terrorist organisation LeT in exchange for money to over-ground worker of terror outfit, Parvez Khurram’s house in the Kashmir Valley.
The accused officer used to communicate about money transactions on Telegram. During the investigation, it was discovered that Negi had more than ten mobile phone numbers with which he used to communicate. Negi was arrested as a result of this.