Two Indian spies arrested from Gilgit
June 12, 2020 07:26 PM
Pakistan security forces have arrested two Indian spies in Gilgit and Indian currency and cards have also been recovered from their possession, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Friday.
Addressing a media conference, Senior Superintendent of Police Mirza Hasan Khan said both the spies belonged to Indian Occupied Kashmir’s district Bandipura and have confessed to espionage for the Indian army.
The spies were identified as Ahmad Lone S/O Abdul Raheem Lone and Nur Muhammad Lone S/O M Mushtaq Lone and both of them confessed before media to be the Indian spies.
According to SSP Gilgit, Indian army has forcibly sent both persons across the Line of Control to do the dirty work for them.
The spies told the media that they were threatened by the Indian army and were sent forcibly across the LoC for spying on the Pakistan army. They said that they were given Indian Rs100000 for the job by the Indian government.
They detailed that they were asked by the Indian forces to cross the LoC in the guise of finding their animals.
“Indian army asked us that when Pakistan forces arrest us we would tell them that we are the Mujahideen and are ready to work with them. After taking Pak army into confidence, we were tasked to send the secret information regarding Pakistan army through WhatsApp and then return back after completing the mission. The Indian army has also promised an additional one million Indian rupees to us after completing the mission.”
They pleaded the Pakistan army for forgiveness.