I second CyberTods suggestion.
Post a compact export of your configs (of both routers) and we will have a look.
It still seems that router2 is connected to your 192.168.0.0/24 subnet on ether1 with some default settings active, i.e. NAT/masquerading.
This would explain your observations.
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