The ministry said women’s activities were detrimental to the country’s interests. The woman is said to be an acquaintance of a DG who retired from CAPF a few months ago. During her time, the woman reached several locations of the Central Paramilitary Forces.
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The woman’s name is Deepali (name changed). A woman living in Dilshad Colony in New Delhi is a lawyer in the Tees Hazari Court. Amar Ujala dot has a copy of the office memorandum ‘OM’ issued by the Central Paramilitary Forces to their units regarding this woman. This was also discussed with an officer. Many such forces have issued orders to their officers.
The office memorandum stated that the woman was interested in having relations with officers serving in the Army and CAPF. Deepali uses those relationships for various purposes. For example, if someone needs to be transferred, posted in a good place and needs to get any information from an officer working in an important position, that woman will use her relationships. Describes the woman’s relationship with retired officers who have served in the public service. In addition to the various ministries, the woman also has a good influence in the Delhi Police and the Jammu and Kashmir Police.
In the Office Memorandum issued by the Central Paramilitary Forces, the full profile of the woman is given. The woman is from Bhiwani district in Haryana. He has toured Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab over the past year, describing himself as a ‘JM’. There is talk of a honey trap for women. The ITBP office memorandum stated that its activities were not for the benefit of the country and energy. The woman should be barred from going to the ITBP location. An official said an investigation was underway to this extent. No such thing has ever been found on a compelling level. When asked from above for the hospitality of a person, the troop officers fulfill it.