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Man held for spying for Pakistan

IANS  |  Jaipur 

A espionage case has been registered against Khan, a driver, detained on Sunday near the International Border in Rajasthan's district, a said on Tuesday.

The case was filed on the orders of of Police Umesh Mishra.

Acting on intelligence inputs, a special team detained Khan, he said and added during the initial interrogation, Khan admitted of links with the agency He has been shifted to for further interrogation.

He was under surveillance of the intelligence force, said police officials.

Khan admitted that he was acting on directions of a Pakistani agency and sending crucial information in a code language via WhatsApp and video call.

In return of the vital information about Indian security forces, he was getting huge money, the police said.

Khan met an in a hotel during his 22-day religious tour to last year. They exchanged numbers and Khan was assured of huge amount in lieu of crucial information.

Khan would collect information while taking tourists to Barmer and near border and later transfer the information via WhatsApp to Pakistan-based officers.



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First Published: Tue, March 12 2019. 22:06 IST