Intelligence agencies have geared up the operation against RAW agents in the country.
The nabbed suspects are involved in terrorism, sectarian clashes and target killing therefore their arrest is being kept confidential.
During investigation from the suspects it has been revealed that as many as 500 Indian trained terrorists posing as Muslims have entered in Pakistan and are indulged in promoting terrorism, religious conflicts, arousing anti-army sentiments and other anti-national activities.
Sources report that in coming days more significant arrests are likely to be made.
On the other hand, the team investigating Kulbhushan Yadav has presented its report.
According to the report, the RAW agent has confessed of government deployment in the country.
Moreover, the report also states that Yadav was also involved in funding for terrorism, separatism and sectarianism.
Besides this his accomplices are still present in Karachi and Balochistan.
Yadav was captured from the southern part of the province and was sponsoring terrorist activities.
According to a Pakistani security official, the Indian national was involved in acts of sectarian terrorism and attacks in Karachi. Yadav has been moved to Islamabad using a special flight for interrogation.
Foreign ministry’s statement described the incident as the “illegal entry into Pakistan by a RAW officer and his involvement in subversive activities in Balochistan and Karachi”.
Last year, Pakistan’s permanent representative at the United Nations (UN), Maleeha Lodhi had handed over evidences of Indian interference in Balochistan and other parts to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
Balochistan, Pakistan’s largest but least developed province, has been battling terrorism for past years while the army has repeatedly claimed that it is promoted by states hostile to Pakistan such as India.
On the other hand, Karachi, a city of 20 million and economic hub, is frequently hit by religious, political and ethnic violence.
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