ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said that Indian diplomats, that were caught spying, were involved in anti-state and subversive acts in Balochistan, ARY News reported.
Pakistan has unearthed a network of Indian spies, reports disclosed on Wednesday. The two Indian under cover agents identified as Balbir Singh and Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri were stationed at Indian High Commission in Pakistan.
Agnihotri served as Commercial Consular at the high commission whereas Singh was posted as First Secretary (Press & Information) at Indian mission in Islamabad.
Sources said that Pakistan has decided to expel the Indian officials involved in the anti-state activities.
Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria, in a press briefing, said that six agents of Indian spy agency RAW and two Indian intelligence officials have been involved in anti-state activities.
He said that Agnihotri and Singh also have links to militant network of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.
The spokesman said that India has violated diplomatic norms by expelling Pakistani diplomats from the country.
Zakaria said, “India put the lives of the Pakistani diplomats and their families at stake by mentioning their names to the media.”
He said that the case is pending against Indian spy Kulbushan Yadav, who was arrested in Balochistan in March this year.
The spokesman said that India has not been able to provide solid evidence regarding the 2008 Mumbai Attack even after eight years of the incident.
Talking on Kashmir Zakaria said that Indian atrocities are at their peak in the occupied territory. He said that Indian troops targeting civilian population by violating the Line of Control ceasefire.