Indian BSF arrests it's constable and five others for spying for Pakistan


NEW DELHI: Two espionage rackets were busted today with arrests of five people from Jammu and Kolkata. One of the men caught is suspected to be a handler from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the other personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF), police said. But it is yet to be discovered if the two networks are connected. Kafaitullah Khan alias Master Raja, 44, and BSF head constable Abdul Rasheed - who was posted with the intelligence wing were arrested from Jammu by a Delhi Police team. Three others were arrested from Kolkata. Documents containing classified information having implications on national security were recovered from them, the police said. Information was largely passed through e-mail, Whatsapp and Viber networks, with Khan being given tasks concerning the deployment of security forces and Air Force Operations, a police officer said. "Khan , who worked as a library assistant in a senior secondary school in Rajouri district -- is a handler of Pakistan Intelligence Operative and Rasheed was one of his chief sources. The espionage racket run by them is supported by Pakistan's ISI," said Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav in Delhi. Several documents revealing their links to the ISI, the police seized Fake Indian Currency Notes with a face value Rs. 3.5 lakh from them. (Reference: NDTV)