Popular matrimonial portals could be on the radar of Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) handlers to help their plans for spying in India.
Ongoing police investigations into the suspected links of two young sisters of Madhya Pradesh’s cantonment town Mhow with ISI handlers-operatives has bared a new phenomenon – Pakistan-based defense officers and ISI handlers targeting Indian girls, who are scouting ideal grooms through popular matrimonial websites.
Questioning of the two young sisters aged 28 and 32, has revealed that three men from Pakistan established contacts with them over social media, after viewing their profiles on a prominent matchmaking web portal.
Around six-eight months back, the two girls (whose father was an ex-serviceman) had uploaded their profile on the leading matrimonial portal, scouting for ideal matches, preferably men working with the army or other wings of defense services.
Just a few days after they registered with the marriage portal, the two sisters based in Gawali Parasia area of Indore became friends over social media with a Pakistani man