Indian students play pranks and buy guns online, alerting intelligence agencies of the two countries

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 Indian students play pranks and buy guns online, alerting intelligence agencies of the two countries


National Bureau of investigation, India (Reuters photo)

Oct. 22 (Oct. 22) according to Indian media reports, an Indian student went to the Australian arms website to browse and buy weapons in order to kill time during the epidemic. This was a random prank, but later it attracted the attention of the intelligence personnel of the two countries. Finally, the student was found by a large number of agents and police. After investigation, he was proved innocent.

According to sources, the 20-year-old student from Orissa searched an Australian website selling advanced weapons because of the epidemic blockade, the times of India said. He began to exchange e-mails with businesses and ordered a large number of weapons. Although he later found that he had made a big fuss and cancelled the order, he had already been targeted by Australian intelligence agencies. Australian officials contacted the National Bureau of investigation (NIA), which in turn commissioned local police to monitor.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Police said NIA wanted to interrogate the student even though they did not find any suspicious information. NIA later ruled out terrorist links or criminal activities, and did not prosecute the student because he just looked on the website he shouldnt have seen and asked questions about weapons and bombs. A police officer said that after three hours of interrogation, the students were finally allowed to go home. According to the source, the student was not only found by NIA and police, but also interrogated by a team of Indian intelligence agency (IB), but no suspicious problems were found. An Indian IT expert said that parents should educate their children to use Internet resources rationally and not to browse websites with inappropriate contents, otherwise the consequences may be very serious. (Zhao Jianxing, overseas website) source: Yao Wenguang, editor in charge of overseas network_ NN1682

Police said that although they did not find any suspicious circumstances, NIA still wanted to interrogate the student. NIA later ruled out terrorist links or criminal activities, and did not prosecute the student because he just looked on the website he shouldnt have seen and asked questions about weapons and bombs. A police officer said that after three hours of interrogation, the students were finally allowed to go home.

According to the source, the student was not only found by NIA and police, but also interrogated by a team of Indian intelligence agency (IB), but no suspicious problems were found. An Indian IT expert said that parents should educate their children to use Internet resources rationally and not to browse websites with inappropriate contents, otherwise the consequences may be very serious. (overseas website Zhao Jianxing)