Reportedly, Mehmood Siddique and Khalil Behrami helped spies command unrest in the metropolitan. The Indian intelligence agency has shifted both the spies back to their homeland after Kulbushan Jhadav’s arrest.
Jhadav is a serving naval officer of India who confessed to spying in Pakistan and building terms with anti-state elements for the sole purpose of destabilizing the country.
Jhadav, in a video statement released by security agencies in March confessed to have played role in different terror attacks in Karachi and Balochistan.
Reportedly, both Bherami and Siddique were ordered to report back to India from South Africa and Malaysia after Jhadav’s arrest.
Indian authorities have sought consular access to Jhadav but Foreign Office (FO) has denied immediate access to the spy. On the other hand, the government has vowed to raise the issue on different international platforms.
Pakistan has vehemently pointed out Indian agencies interference in the past on Pakistani soil.
Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhary earlier this week talked with a private TV channel and said that the office has made it evident to India that instant consular access to detained spy Jadhav was not possible.
Chaudhary said that it was cleared in the recent talks with Indian authorities that RAW’s interference was a hurdle in establishing peace between the two sides.
He further said that decision regarding Jadhav would be made once the investigation is completed.
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— The Daily Mail - People's Daily