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ISRO espionage case: CBI lodges FIR against ‘erring’ cops | India News


New Delhi: This The CBI An FIR has been registered against Kerala police personnel in connection with the 1994 announcement of space scientist Nambi Narayanan. ISRO Espionage case Supreme CourtNo directions, officials said Monday.
The apex court had on April 15 directed that a report be submitted to a high-level committee on the role of top police officials in the 1994 ISRO scientist Narayanan spy case. Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
It had earlier directed the agency to conduct further investigation into the issue.
Kerala police registered two cases in October 1994 after Maldivian national Rashida was arrested in Thiruvananthapuram on charges of obtaining secret drawings of ISRO rocket engines for sale to Pakistan.
Narayanan, director of the Cryogenic Project at the time Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was arrested, as well as the then Deputy Director of ISRO, D Sasikumaran, and Fausia Hassan, a Maldivian friend of Receipt.
The allegations in the CBI probe were found to be false. Prideing the police action against the former ISRO scientist “Psycho-Pathological Treatment”, the Supreme Court said in September, 2018 that his “freedom and dignity”, which is fundamental to his human rights, was taken into custody and he was ultimately endangered. ., In spite of all the pride of the past, he was compelled to face “blasphemous hatred.”

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