Are Indian Agents In Canada Fomenting Trouble In Sikh Community? NEW DELHI – Former Indian diplomat Madhuri Gupta, who was charged with selling secrets to Pakistan, was reportedly in constant touch with two officials posted at the Indian high commission in Canada and through them she allegedly passed on crucial information to handlers in some other countries. Sources in the India’s central intelligence agencies say that there are reports that she might have passed on crucial information to Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), through the officials posted in Canada. “There are reports that some of the active members of Babbar Khalsa (in Canada) were in touch with two officials posted (at Indian High Commission in Canada) who were passing information to them (Babbar Khalsa) after receiving the same from Ms Gupta. Investigating officials are likely to question the two officials,” sources from India’s central intelligence agencies said. Does this mean that either the Indian government or Congress party or RAW agency is using Indian government officials (agents) to foment trouble in Canada’s Sikh community, a charge that many Sikh organizations have leveled at India. The BKI is an extremist organization which is banned in Canada. Although it is not publicly active in Canada, there are small groups or individuals who remain committed to its causes of an independent Sikh state in Punjab. Sources further informed that the two Indian agents posted in Canada were in touch with Gupta through emails. She used to pass them information through e-mails, while constantly changing her e-mail accounts. Hard disk of her computer has been sent for forensic examination in Hyderabad. Meanwhile, investigating officials are questioning some Indian officials who worked with her in other countries, where she was posted. They have zeroed-in on 10 contacts of Gupta in India, with whom she was regularly in touch. Sources said that she used to talk to these contacts frequently, for long durations. The officials have recovered two mobile phones, one computer and certain documents from her.