Wednesday, 24 December, 2008

No trace of alleged “Indian female spy ” caught by Pakistan

Amid escalating tension between Pakistan and India in the wake of the Mumbai terrorist attacks, the security agencies Pakistan has not yet revealed particulars about an Indian woman they had arrested on charges of spying from near Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

The security forces in Pakistan had captured the spying suspect from near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border on December 12, news agencies had reported quoting officials.

The interior ministry officials had confirmed the arrest to Pakistan media claiming that it was the second Indian spy to be arrested in Pakistan in less than two months. They said the burqa-clad woman, arrested on the basis of intelligence reports, was shifted to Islamabad and was being interrogated. Quoting security agencies, the official had also said there was "strong evidence" of the woman's Indian nationality and that she was an employee of a top Indian intelligence agency.

However, neither Pakistan has revealed their names nor the Indian agencies have not issued any comments regarding the said arrest so far.


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