Pakistan unearth another Indian spy network
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s security agencies have unearthed another ring of Indian spies in the country working as under cover agents, ARY News reported.
The two Indian agents named Balbir Singh and Rajesh Kumar have been currently stationed at Indian High Commission in Pakistan, sources said.
One of the two under cover Indian agents, Balbir Singh, has been posted as the First Secretary (Press & Information) at Indian mission in Islamabad.
Another man Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri is currently serving as Commercial Consular at the Indian High Commission.
According to sources, Agnihotri and Singh are involved in incidents of sabotage and terrorism inside Pakistan.
The government authorities have decided to expel the Indian officials involved in the anti-state activities, sources said.
Pakistan authorities had arrested an Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav in March of 2016 involved in spying agencies in Balochistan.
Yadav was working for Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and was facilitating banned groups in to spread violence in the province and the country, officials said.