Freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested on September 14, accused of spying for China. His family and lawyer deny the charges. Photo: Delhi Police Freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested on September 14, accused of spying for China. His family and lawyer deny the charges. Photo: Delhi Police
Freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested on September 14, accused of spying for China. His family and lawyer deny the charges. Photo: Delhi Police

In India, arrests of three China ‘spies’ raise concerns, questions

  • Lawyers and the Press Club of India have questioned the case against Rajeev Sharma and two others arrested for espionage by the ‘Special Cell’ of New Delhi police
  • The trio were arrested amid deteriorating relations between China and India over border tensions and technology

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Freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested on September 14, accused of spying for China. His family and lawyer deny the charges. Photo: Delhi Police Freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested on September 14, accused of spying for China. His family and lawyer deny the charges. Photo: Delhi Police
Freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested on September 14, accused of spying for China. His family and lawyer deny the charges. Photo: Delhi Police
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