Pakistan’s FO divulges 8 Indian agents in guise of diplomats
Photo Credit: Pakistan’ FO
On Thursday, Pakistan’s foreign office revealed the details of eight Indian diplomats in Pakistan, who were on spying mission and also involved in subservice activities inside Pakistan. The caught operatives are members of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
Pakistan’s FO revealed the following details of Indian operatives:
1) Jayabalan Senthil, assistant personnel welfare officer
2) Balbir Singh, first secretary press and information, IB station chief
1) Anurag Singh, first commercial secretary
2) Rajesh Kumar Agnihotir, commerical counselor and RAW station chief
3) Amerdeep Singh Bhatti, attache visa
4) Dharmendra Sodhi, staff member
5) Madhavan Nanda Kumar, staff
6) Vijay Kumar Verma, staff
According to the foreign office the spies were involved in doing
Subversion activities, Espionage. They were supporting the terrorist in Balochistan and Karachi and also in Gilgit Baltistan. Their target was also to sabotage the CPEC project.
They were also expanding their network of operatives and agents through commercial activities.
They were gathering inside information by getting into influential circles, after posing to be diplomats.
Ingressing Indian agents into media, social and political circles with the purpose to assert influence and propagate their agendas.
They were also involved in Instigate religious minorities, sectarianism, and many insurgent activities.
Each of the named operatives were given specific tasks by their masters in RAW and IB.
Pakistan’s foreign office spokesperson said spokesperson further said, “We are disappointed that India has not only been found involved in promoting terrorist activities and terror financing as was disclosed by Kulbhushan Yadav and further confirmed by the statements at the highest political level on August 15 and earlier during visit to Dhaka, but India has also been using its diplomatic mission for its nefarious designs.”
This is the second biggest spy network of India caught by Pakistan, after Kulbhushan Yadev, the Indian spy, who was a serving Indian navy officer, operating in Pakistan for the same spying and subversive activities inside Pakistan.
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