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NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police arrested Group Captain Arun Marwaha on Thursday on charges of passing on details of secret IAF documents to Pakistani spy agency ISI.DCP (special cell) Pramod Khushwah has confirmed the arrest.Marwaha, 51, was allegedly using his smartphone to click pictures of classified documents pertaining to combat exercises at the IAF headquarters and then sending them across via Whats App.The Group Captain had been detained by the Indian Air Force for investigation on January 31 after his activities were found suspicious.

Gagan Shakti was one such exercise whose details he passed on to the ISI, a source said.While police remained tight-lipped, sources confirmed to TOI that Marwaha was produced before the court of Deepak Sehrawat at Patiala House and taken on five days of police remand by the special cell.He is being interrogated at the cell's headquarters in Lodhi Colony. An FIR has been filed under sections 3 and 5 of the Officials Secrets Act on the complaint by a senior IAF official.Marwaha's phone has been seized and sent for forensic examination.

He has confessed to have had access to many secret documents and plans due to his posting at the air HQs.While a third party investigates allegations of harassment and related threats at the Edmonton Institution, experts say a recent survey of federal employees indicates the city's maximum security men's prison operates under a "culture of fear."While a third party investigates allegations of harassment and related threats at the Edmonton Institution, experts say a recent survey of federal employees indicates the city's maximum security men's prison operates under a "culture of fear."In Ottawa's last survey of public service workers across Canada, 19 per cent of respondents said they had experienced harassment at work in the last two years.Looking specifically at the responses from the Edmonton Institution, that number more than doubles: 53 per cent said they had experienced harassment and 75 per cent said that harassment came from a co-worker.Alberta MLA Maria Fitzpatrick pointed out those results during an interview with CBC, when she denounced sexually explicit phone conversations alleged to have occurred between male guards at the Edmonton prison.