Two more Indian spies involved in terror activities in Pakistan identified
KARACHI: Two more Indian spies allegedly involved in terrorist activities in Balochistan have been identified, Geo News on Monday quoted sources as saying.
According to details, both the spies have been identified as Swami Asemanand and Goband Part. The sources said the suspects had crossed the border from Iran to enter Pakistan.
“The Indian agents were involved in heinous crimes in Mastung area of Balochistan before sneaking into Afghanistan,” they said.
The Indian spies were also involved in attack on July 13, 2018, in Mastung which claimed 128 people’s lives. Investigation into this incident revealed that the RAW agents had orchestrated the attack.
The Interior Ministry of Pakistan, through the Foreign Ministry, has shared details of the suspects with Iran and Afghanistan.
This is not the first time when India tried to instigate terrorism inside Pakistan through a network of spies. No one can forget Kulbhushan Jadhav, a RAW agent who admitted to his involvement in terrorist activities in the country.
On July 31, Pakistani security forces had arrested another alleged Indian spy, Raju Lakshman, from Rakhi Gaj area of Dera Ghazi Khan.
Lakshman was trying to trespass through tribal areas into DG Khan when the military police personnel arrested him. He has been transferred to an unknown location. Raju’s motives were been disclosed.