Cops Nab Man Who Worked For Indian Diplomat In Islamabad But Spied For Isi

The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) with the help of Indian Army arrested a man on Wednesday from Uttarakhand on suspicion of working for Pakistan intelligence agency- ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence).

The man, identified as Ramesh Singh, worked as a domestic help at the Islamabad residence of a senior officer with the Indian High Commission for two years.

Reportedly, he was being paid in USD to spy and pass on the information to ISI. Read More…

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