Indian Naval commanders arrested over corruption, leaking of sensitive data

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NC Monitoring Desk

new delhi: The Indian Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) have arrested two serving naval officers, among six others in the alleged leak of sensitive information on submarine retrofitting projects, officials said.

This investigation tends to be the rapid one in the list of India’s defence corruption cases, as the final results came out within 60 days which barred the accused to get eligible for bail.

Moreover, sources said that the alleged naval serving officers were leaking most confidential information to their retired officers in return for hefty pecuniary gains.