ISLAMABAD: Two diplomats at the Indian High Commission in Pakistan have been found to be involved in activities to destabilise Pakistan by facilitating and funding terrorism, sources revealed on Wednesday.
Alleged agent of Indian spy agency ‘RAW,’ Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri is stationed at the Indian High Commission in Pakistan in the garb of Commercial Counselor, according to sources. He was reportedly running a network of individuals involved in subversive activities in Pakistan.
Another officer of Indian secret agency IB, Balbir Singh, is stationed in Pakistan as First Secretary Press Information. He is believed to be involved in destabilising the country through a network of IB officials.
According to sources, Indian diplomatic official Surjeet Singh who was recently expelled by Pakistan was also part of Baler Singh’s network.
Surjeet Singh had possessed a fake card of a mobile phone company under the name ‘Abdul Hafeez’, sources said, adding that more names of spies posing as diplomats at the Indian High Commission would be revealed soon.