Crucial secrets to China. .  Rs 45 lakh reward

Authorities have detained a senior journalist on charges of leaking national security secrets to China.  A Chinese girl and a Nepali man have been arrested in relation to the situation. 

It's learned that Rajiv Sharma, a freelance writer, was arrested by the Delhi Special Police for passing crucial information related to national security to Chinese intelligence agencies.  Rajiv Sharma, who handed over the nation's keys in exchange for money, had been rewarded with Rs 45 lakh, police said.  Rajiv Sharma was arrested on September 14 under the Official Secrets Act for possessing key documents associated with defense.  

He had been accompanied by two other people, such as a Chinese woman.    "Rajiv Sharma has passed sensitive Information Regarding India to Chinese intelligence agencies," said Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, DCP, Delhi Special Cell.  In 2016, Michael was approached by a Chinese intelligence officer who supplied him with key information regarding India.  Osari went to China and explained that the affair would last until 2018.He said Rajiv Sharma had obtained enormous amounts of money through a medication exporter out of Delhi to China in return for handing over the nation's secrets, which was initially estimated to be approximately Rs 40-45 lakh a year.

Zhang Ji, a Chinese woman who was a manager of the company, said she'd detained.  Sher Singh Akraj Bohra of Nepal. The DCP said Rajiv had provided crucial information on the Indo-China border dispute, the current situation there, the deployment of troops at the de facto line and defense procurement.  Sanjeev Kumar Yadav said that more facts are likely to come out from the investigation.  However, the Press Club of India has denied Rajiv Sharma's arrest.  Any journalist in the country who wants to be arrested... must first inform their council and the Broadcast Media Self-Regulatory Agency.Rajiv Sharma, originally from Delhi, was a journalist for 40 years.  He has previously worked in many media companies.   

He also wrote a few articles to the Chinese newspaper Global Times as a freelancer.  Police also focused on Rajiv Sharma's actions on social networking.  He explained he launched a YouTube channel called'Rajiv Kishkinda' in December last year.  

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