Pakistan uncovers spy network of Indian diplomats

ISLAMABAD: five diplomats at the Indian high commission were discovered to be a part of a secret agent network and involved in events to destabilize Pakistan with the aid of facilitating and funding terrorism, sources printed on Wednesday.Alleged agent of Indian undercover agent company ‘uncooked,’ Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri is stationed at the Indian high fee in Pakistan in the garb of commercial Counselor, in keeping with sources. He was reportedly running a community of contributors worried in subversive pursuits in Pakistan.

A further officer of Indian secret company IB, Balbir Singh, is stationed in Pakistan as First Secretary Press know-how. He is believed to be concerned in destabilizing the nation via a network of IB officials.

Amarjeet Singh Bhatti who is working as a visa attaché, Vijay Kumar and Mundhawan Nanda Kumar who are all stationed on the Indian excessive commission are additionally stated to be uncooked sellers.

These 5 diplomats are anticipated to be declared as persona non grata and expelled from Pakistan.

In line with sources, Indian diplomatic legit Surjeet Singh who used to be not too long ago expelled by way of Pakistan used to be also part of Baler Singh’s community.

Surjeet Singh had possessed a fake card of a cell mobile enterprise below the name ‘Abdul Hafeez’, sources stated, adding that more names of spies posing as diplomats at the Indian excessive commission could be revealed soon.
Previous to this a number of Indian spies have been spotted and arrested in Pakistan throughout the course of the country’s enmity with its neighbour.

Earlier this yr Kulbhushan Yadav, a serving Indian navy officer, was arrested from Balochistan whilst spying for uncooked.

One more excessive-profile Indian secret agent caught in Pakistan was Ravindra Kaushik (1952–1999), who was once despatched across the border in 1975 on a mission after broad coaching in Delhi for two years. He had stored on passing priceless expertise to raw from 1979 to 1983.

In September 1983, Indian intelligence groups had sent a low-stage operative, Inayat Masih, to get in contact with Kaushik. But the agent was caught through Pakistan’s intelligence organizations and had printed Kaushik’s genuine identity during probe.

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