UNITED24 - Make a charitable donation in support of Ukraine!


Pakistani national arrested in Indian Capital for spying

IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

New Delhi, Nov 26, IRNA - A Pakistani national has been arrested here 
on charges of alleged spying with police claiming to have recovered 
"sensitive defense related documents and photographs from him. 
According to Press Trust of India, Deputy Commissioner of Police 
(Special Cell), Ashok Chand on Friday said, "Mohd. Shagir, hailing 
from Lahore, Pakistan was arrested Thursday night from New Delhi 
railway station and sensitive documents and photographs, including 
pictures of the Ordnance factory in Shakur basti here, were seized 
from him. 
Chand said, Shagir who arrived in India in May, 2004 on valid 
travel documents, had been living here under the alias of Ajit Singh 
and had a forged driving license showing Sikar, Rajasthan as his 
permanent address. 
"Shagir came to India on a three-month visa, but he had stayed on 
after its expiry and even worked in two private companies in Delhi," 
he said, adding, the accused had even a film club here. 

Join the GlobalSecurity.org mailing list