RAJASTHAN: Indian authorities held 35 Pakistani nationals including women and children in Rajasthan state for what they call having incomplete documents.
According to Indian media, the Pakistani nationals, who entered India through the Thar Desert via Munabav, have visa for Mathura and Haridwar, but they visited Ramdevra.
The arrested thirty-five Pakistani citizens also include women and children. These Pakistanis possessed the visa for the Indian cities of Haridwar and Mathura.
Indian media also stated further that the arrested Pakistanis were taken into custody for possessing incomplete travel documents. These Pakistani citizens belonged to the cities of Umerkot, Mirpurkhas and Tharparkar of Sindh province.
Pakistani High Commission said they are obtaining details of detained Pakistani nationals.
The detention comes two days after, Pakistani intelligence agencies and law security personnel had taken into custody an alleged Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) officer named Kalbhushan Yadav (who was going by the name of Hussain Mubarak Patel in Pakistan) from Balochistan.
Pakistan stated that upon initial inquiry, it became apparent that Yadav was in India to sabotage the CPEC and was also in contact with banned organisations. He was also conspiring to secede Karachi and Balochistan from Pakistan.
Pakistan’s Foreign Office had summoned the Indian High Commissioner yesterday to seek an explanation regarding the arrest of the alleged RAW spy from Balochistan. NNI