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Germany sentences 2 Indians for spying on Kashmiris, Sikhs

Court sentences 2 Indians for spying on Kashmiris and Sikhs in Germany
BERLIN: A Frankfurt court has sentenced two Indian nationals for spying on Kashmiris and Sikhs in Germany.
According to German news agencies, the accused married couple was working in Germany for the Indian intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
Both were convicted by the officials earlier on Thursday. The accused are a fifty-year-old Manmohan S. and his wife of fifty-two years, Kanwal Jit K. They used to collect information about Kashmiris and Sikhs and provided them to the RAW.
Manmohan S. was given an 18-month suspended prison sentence for spying while his wife Kanwal Jit K. was fined 180 days’ wages for aiding him.
The court was told that Manmohan started spying for RAW in 2015 while his wife Kanwal Jit K. started cooperating with him in 2017.
Manmohan and his wife Kanwal Jait allegedly received 200 euros a month for the work, until their arrest, they were reportedly received a total of 7,200 euros form RAW.

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