Jag Venugopal's Blog

June 21, 2011

Secret Agent 007 Infiltrates Indian FinMin’s Offices

Filed under: India — Jag @ 6:10 pm

From the Wall Street Journal:

The evidence: The discovery of 16 “planted adhesives” in ministry offices in North Block in September last year that “suggested a possible surveillance attempt”.

Now you might think about who the perpetrator was. Some enemies that come to mind are:

  • Punjab terrorists trying to rebound?
  • Pakistan’s ISI?
  • Lashkar E Tayyaba?
  • Chinese spies?

The Indian Finance Ministry hired private guns to investigate this serious breach. Eventually, the Intelligence Bureau got in on the investigation:

The Intelligence Bureau, which presumably knows a thing or two … concluded that the substance was a “sort of chewing gum.”

Next up — the Indian Home Ministry investigates large-scale deaths due to Dihydrogen Oxide ingestion each year between June and September.


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