Honey trap: Cameras in lipstick cover, glasses used for blackmailing

Bhopal: Recently, the honey trap incident in Madhya Pradesh has become a center of discussion these days. Everyday new revelations are being made about this. Sources associated with the police have given new information in this case. Sources said that the gang men used to hide the camera in their lipstick cover or glasses. It was through the cameras installed that intimate moments of influential people were recorded and blackmailed.
Significantly, on the complaint of Indore Municipal Corporation Engineer Harbhajan Singh, the police revealed the Honey Trap gang on September 19. Six members, including five women of the gang, were arrested on September 18 and 19 from Bhopal and Indore. Five women Aarti Dayal (29), Monika Yadav (18), Shweta Jain (39), Shweta Jain (48) and Barkha Soni (five girls from Indore and Bhopal) were accused of demanding three crore rupees from this engineer by honey trapping and blackmailing them. 34) arrested under sections 405/19, 419, 420, 384, 506, 120-B and 34 of the Indian Penal Code. One of his drivers Omprakash Kori (45) was also arrested.
Accused said, ‘Threatened to post pictures and implicated elders’
Many video clips on social media
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Indore, Ruchivardhan Mishra said that the investigators suspected that the gang used women to trap many influential people, including politicians and bureaucrats, and in addition to extort money from these people, its different unfair Demands were forcibly made. The gang used to blackmail their ‘victims’ on the basis of this objectionable material by making intimate video videos with intelligence cameras. Many of these video clips have also gone viral on social media.
Some videos make it clear that they have been molested. After knowing the response in this regard, an attempt was made to contact Mishra and Additional Superintendent of Police of Crime Branch Amrendra Singh over phone, but failed. Both officers are members of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) set up to investigate the Honey Trap case