Pakistan Accuses Two Indian Diplomats of Spying

Pakistan has revealed to have caught two Indian diplomats spying for India’s premier spy agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), and it might be expelling them from its territory soon. Sources claim that Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri and Balbir Singh lived in Islamabad. The report explained that while Agnihotri worked as RAW station chief and Balbir was an officer of the Indian Intelligence Bureau (IB), both officers were working at the Indian High Commission office in Islamabad.

It has been alleged that both Agnihotri and Balbir were involved in terrorist activities in the country. Sources claim that “recently expelled Indian diplomat Surjeet Singh was also a part of Balbir’s network,” and that “Balbir Singh was helping the Indian IB operatives to carry out subversive activities in Pakistan.” Whereas on the other hand, the spokesman for India’s Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi, Vikas Swarup, mentioned in response to a query from Reuters that the ministry was “aware” of the media reports but “we have yet to receive any official communication in the matter.”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Pakistan declared Surjeet Singh, an Indian diplomat, persona non grata and gave him 48 hours to leave the country last week. According to the statement issued by the foreign ministry, Surjeet was an official at the Indian High Commission, and “the foreign secretary expressed deep concern over the activities of the Indian official that were in violation of the Vienna Convention and the established diplomatic norms.”

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