Indian spy arrested in Sialkot after crossing border

SIALKOT: Police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested an Indian national in Sialkot for crossing the border into Pakistan illegally.

According to police sources, the Indian spy was identified as Harinder Singh and he was apprehended from Kundanpur village located near the Working Boundary between Pakistan India.

Police further said “Singh is a resident of India’s Gurdaspur, a district in the Majha region of the state of Punjab, India.

Police have registered an FIR against Harinder Singh under 14 Foreigner Act while further investigation has been launched in this regard.

Earlier, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had arrested a suspect accused of providing financial help to the agents of Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).

According to details, FIA’s Anti-Terrorism Wing conducted the raid in Karachi’s area of Saddar. The Anti-Terrorism Wing arrested the accused, named Yaseen also linked to the international network of Hawala/Hundi operators.  

The suspect, Yaseen, is a manager of an Exchange company and was involved in transferring money to the enemies of the state through Hawala/Hundi.

The authorities have informed that Yaseen was arrested after his whereabouts were revealed by the suspects who were apprehended by the FIA earlier.

The Anti-Terrorism Wing has recovered mobile phones, laptops, and other important stuff from the suspect’s possession. The FIA is in search of the other suspects in the crime.

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