Alleged Indian spy detained in Charsadda

31 Jan, 2016 6:00 pm

CHARSADDA (92 News) – Security forces have on Sunday apprehended an alleged Indian spy along with his three sons, who worked at Indian Consulate in Afghanistan, in Charsadda.

As per details, the security forces while tightening the noose against terrorists after Bacha Khan Univeristy attack, carried out an operation in Charsadda and detained an alleged Indian spy namely Naveed Khan, whose original name is Khan Agha and worked for Indian consulate in Afghanistan, along with his three sons.

It is learnt that the suspect had long been arriving in Charsadda for a long time and was masquerading as Afghan refugee. “He also had fake Pakistan’s computerized national identity card.”

According to initial investigation, the three sons of alleged Indian spy are on the payroll Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).

They were shifted to unknown place for further interrogation.

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