Man arrested for suspected links with Afghan, Indian intel agencies: FIA – Pakistan

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) announced Monday that it arrested a resident of Karak for his alleged links with Afghan and Indian secret agencies.

The deputy director of the FIA, Anti-Human Smuggling, Imran Shahid, held a press conference in Peshawar to share details about the development.

The FIA ​​officer said the alleged & # 39; agent & # 39 ;, Umar Daud Khatak, was arrested at the Torkham border on August 22. The suspect had established a group entitled Pakhtun Liberation Army, the official said, adding that the alleged agent had been found in possession of Pakistani and Afghan passports.

According to the available details, the deputy director of the FIA ​​said the suspect agent had traveled to India five times with his Afghan passport. The official said Khatak had been creating riots and anarchy among the Pukhtun people. "I was inciting people against the country, as well as security agencies," the official said.

He said the case will be handed over to the Department of Fight against Terrorism for further investigation and development.

In 2016, two agents working for the Afghan National Security Directorate (NDS), Afghanistan's main spy agency, were arrested from the Chaman district in Balochistan in two separate incidents.



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