As spokesperson of Paytm and one of the oldest employees of the digital payment giant, Sonia Dhawan enjoyed a sizeable pay package. Which is why, the sight of her being arrested and led away from the company's office on Monday afternoon may have been surprising to the staff. Sonia Dhawan was among the three persons arrested for an attempt to blackmail Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma for Rs. 20 crore, with stolen data. The other two were her husband Rupak Jain, a property dealer, and colleague Devender Kumar.