Two More Indian “Undercover Operatives” Have To Deport From Pakistan

Pakistan has expelled out two more Indian “Undercover Operatives” among eight “Diplomats” who were the members of Indian High Commission in Islamabad accused of being involved in terrorism and subversive activities in Pakistan.

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Pakistan religious rival India have withdrew two more staff members of Indian High Commission in Islamabad who were actually identified as the “Undercover operatives” of India among the total of eight diplomats.

The two alleged member of Indian Intelligence Bureau accused of having involvement in terrorism in Pakistan as well as the these members are suspected to be involved in subversive activities.

The Indian High Commission First Secretary Press Balbir Singh and his staff officer Mr. Jayabalan Senethil was serving his duties in Islamabad but actually these two members are the “undercover operatives” of Indian Intelligence Bureau.

The alleged member of Indian Intelligence Bureau deported by Pakistan on Thursday morning, two expelled out from Pakistan for Dubai via flight from Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto International Airport.

Three more Indian High Commission officials had left Pakistan last week that included the name of Vijay Kumar Verma, Anurag Singh and Madhavan Nanda Kumar, they were also suspected to be the part of Pakistan terrorist while there are some reports against him to be involved in subversive activities.

A diplomatic source had revealed in front of Express Tribune previously, “Three “undercover operatives” of Indian Spy Agency deported from Pakistan”, he added more, “the decision regarding rest ones still pending.”

The FO have been unveiled the names of eight diplomats in press briefing last week and exposed their details as they are the diplomats and part of Indian Spy Agency and Intelligence agency, in press briefing last week FO also revealed they are found coordinating with terrorists and involved in subversive activities in Pakistan.




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