Pakistan Charges Alleged RAW Spy with Sabotage and Terrorism
An alleged Indian spy arrested in Pakistan has been charged with sabotage and terrorism related charges, a media report said, on Tuesday.
The Counter-Terrorism Department in Quetta had lodged a case against Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was arrested from Balochistan in March, on charges of being an agent of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
The News International quoted police sources as saying that the case was registered on the complaint of the Balochistan home department on the directives of the federal government.
Sources said the FIR was sealed off soon after it was lodged adding that:
India has admitted that Jadhav worked earlier for the navy but denied he was a RAW agent.
According to Islamabad, Jadhav was based in Iran and regularly visited Pakistan’s Balochistan region.
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