New Delhi, August 31
The NIA on Monday mentioned it had arrested an agent of Pakistan’s spy company ISI. Officials mentioned accused Rajakbhai Kumbhar of Mundra city in Kutch, Gujarat, labored as a supervisor on the native dockyard.
According to NIA officers, the case got here to mild after an FIR was lodged at Lucknow by the UP anti-terrorist squad following the arrest of Mohammad Rashid of Chandoli district.
The NIA took up the case on April 6. “Rashid had visited Pakistan twice. He had transmitted photographs of some sensitive and strategically important installations in India and also shared information about the movement of armed forces with ISI handlers,” mentioned an official.
Further probe revealed that Rajakbhai, on instructions of ISI handlers, transferred Rs 5,000 electronically to Rizwan, which was additional handed over to Rashid in lieu of the data he equipped to the ISI, officers mentioned. — TNS