Four RAW agents apprehended during crackdown in Sindh

KARACHI: A major crackdown against suspected agents of the Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) was conducted in the Sindh province. Four agents in all, working in disguise as fishermen, were apprehended; two from Thattha and two from Karachi. 
Pictures of sensitive installations were found with the agents. The arrested agents also revealed sending numerous people to India. These arrested terrorists are also capable of harming the Pak-China Economic Corridor (CPEC) as well.
According to the details, 2 agents were arrested from by the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) during action in Thattha. According to the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) CTD Naveed Khawaja, Saddam Hussain alias Roshan and Buchul Solangi were running RAW’s network in Thattha along with numerous other cities while being disguised as fishermen.
On the identification of these nabbed agents, 2 further agents were arrested from Kemari after a clash. These agents were organizing and strengthening RAW’s network in Karachi.
SSP CTD Khawaja stated that two RAW officials, Arjun and Karan, were providing logistic support and facilities in India to the apparent network of fishermen. These fishermen cross the border from Pakistan and then it is portrayed as if they have been arrested in India.
Police officials have stated that pictures of important and sensitive installations sites and mobile phones containing the latest software have been recovered from both agents.


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