20 May :-
Madhu Gupta, a former diplomat of India, was sentenced to 3 years in jail by a Delhi court on Saturday (May 19th). They have been convicted under the charge of supplying important and confidential information to the ISI, Pakistan’s intelligence agency. While Madhuri Gupta was in the Foreign Service, she was working in Pakistan’s Indian Embassy and was working for Pakistan. They have been granted bail on the bail application of Rs 25,000 for filing petitions in Delhi High Court against this decision.
Additional Sessions Judge Siddhartha Sharma’s bench convicted 61-year-old Madhuri Gupta on Friday. Madhuri has been accused of stabbing the trust, plotting the crime. Madhuri Gupta was convicted under Section 3 and 5 of the Government Privacy Act of India. It can be punished with maximum 3 years of imprisonment and fine. The case was started against Madhuri on March 22, 2012.
In July 2010, the chargesheet was filed against Madhuri. In the charge sheet, Madhuri said that it was sending ISI to the ISI via laptop and BlackBerry phones from Islamabad. Madhuri was in touch with two ISI officials, Mubshar Raja Rana and Jamshed, in addition to their allegations that Jamshed was involved in a love affair. They were arrested on April 22, 2010. When Madhuri Gupta joined Foreign Service in 1983, her first appointment was at Kuala Lumpur. Then they were in Baghdad.