Law enforcement agencies, on Tuesday, apprehended another suspect allegedly working for Indian intelligence agency RAW from Karachi.
The Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) counter-terrorism wing, on Tuesday, apprehended a suspect from Dhoraji area of Karachi, who was allegedly working for Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW).
According to FIA sources, the suspect named Junaid – manager of a money exchange company, has been using his position in the money exchange company for financing terrorists and other Indian proxies inside Pakistan who are involved in various anti-state activities and terrorist incidents aimed at destabilizing the country.
The IP addresses of the emails sent and received by Junaid have been traced to New Delhi, India. It has been found that a man named Mehmood Siddiqui was assigning ‘tasks’ to Junaid, said the FIA officials.
FIA has recovered a laptop and a cellphone from the suspect which will be analyzed for any further information regarding Junaid’s activities and his whole network.
Prior to this, FIA on July 15, had arrested three RAW terrorists from Karachi, which included Zafar Khan – an employee of Karachi fire brigade department who allegedly spent 14 months in India where he purportedly received extensive training making explosive devices and using advanced weapons.
The other two suspects were employees of a money exchange company and part of RAW sleeper cell and were involved in financing anti-state elements.