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Pakistani police arrests two Indians in Cholistan

Cholistan's police arrests two Indians for entering Pakistan illegally
CHOLISTAN: The police have arrested two Indian nationals for entering Pakistan illegally.
The police stated that both Indians entered Pakistan without proper documentation.

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Both arrested accused have been identified as Prashant and Darilal from the Indian states Madhya Pradesh and Hyderabad respectively.
A case against the arrested has been registered by the police.

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Earlier in September, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) apprehended a resident of Karak from the Torkham border for his alleged links with Afghan and Indian secret agencies.

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According to the FIA officer, the suspected agent, Umar Daud Khatak, was arrested from the Torkham border on 22nd August.
According to FIA, the operative had contacts with banned organizations and was working on plans to break Karachi and Balochistan away from Pakistan.

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