Interrogation of the in remission Indian intelligence operative Kulbhushan Yadav disclosed he had been imparting naval fighting coaching to Baloch separatists in an effort to focus on Pakistani ports, a security official who declined to be named said on Sunday.
Yadav, who was in remission in Balochistan, is believed to be a member of Indian intelligence service research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
After his arrest, Yadav was shifted to Islamabad for interrogation, throughout that it absolutely was disclosed that he had purchased boats at the Iranian port in Chabahar so as to focus on Karachi and Gwadar ports in a very terrorist plot, the official aforementioned, adding that the 'RAW agent' is believed to be professional at armed service fighting techniques.
The Indian Foreign Ministry earlier confirmed the in remission man was a former Indian Navy officer, however the Pakistani government claimed to possess recovered travel documents and multiple pretend identities of Yadav, establishing him as AN Indian spy who entered into Balochistan through Iran — holding a legitimate Iranian visa.
Director General of Pakistan inter Services of PR (ISPR) Asim Saleem Bajwa aforesaid during a joint press conference on weekday that the arrest of Indian officer Kulbhushan Yadav may is a vast success for Pakistan.
Indian RAW strategian for coordinative Political Violence and urban insurgencies Kulbhushan Yadav , was detained by the Pakistani authorities last week once that he confessed his links to the Indian secret agency RAW and its involvement in destabilizing Pakistan. during a video aired throughout a joint news conference control by dg ISPR Asim Bajwa, Yadav admitted that he's a lively Indian naval officer and was operating in Pakistan at the command of RAW.
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