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Tamil Nadu spy found in water dispute with Kerala, says Intelligence report

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Thiruvananthapuram: The intelligence wing of Kerala Police Friday claimed that it had spotted a Malayalee who has been spying for the Tamil Nadu government on inter-state water issues.

The man reportedly works with the Tamil Nadu government and has been passing on to his employers the contents of Kerala government files dealing with water sharing between the two states.

Speaking to a news agency, a top Kerala intelligence official said the official has been identified, and his activities are being watched.

"He has got his hands on important documents of the Kerala government related to water sharing disputes with Tamil Nadu, and passes the information to the neighbouring state. We have submitted a report to the government on this," said the top official, who for obvious reasons did not want to be named.

The intelligence official said the mole was named Unnikrishnan, and he has been passing on crucial information to Tamil Nadu for almost two decades.

The police have asked the Kerala government to ensure that the man's entry into the state secretariat is stopped with immediate effect.

State Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan told media persons Friday that if any Kerala government employees were found involved in spying activities, strict action would be taken against them.

"No one will be spared, the government views this as a serious issue," Radhakrishnan said.

A state government employee, seeing the man's excessive curiosity about Kerala's stance on the Parambikulam-Aliyar water sharing agreement, over which a case is currently being heard in the Supreme Court, alerted the Kerala Police's intelligence department.

Police officials acted quickly to zero in on the man, but no decision has yet been taken on the action

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