Indian Sims being used in Pakistan for crime purpose

Indian Sims being used in Pakistan for crime purpose

KARACHI: After it was revealed that Afghanistan Sims are being used in Pakistan for the purpose of the illegal activity and crime, now the use of Indian Sim cards have also been unearthed in Pakistan.

Sindh Education Minister Jam Mehtab Dehar has claimed that Indian mobile phone SIMs were being used in leaking question papers for the ongoing Board of Intermediate Education examinations in the province.

“All departments are on alert. It has been pointed out that the SIMs being operated are Indian SIMs. Because of our relations with the neighbouring country, all agencies have been alerted,” said the provincial minister on Saturday.

Dehar’s statement came as the question paper for the twelfth-grade physics exam was leaked on social media this morning, forty minutes before the exam was scheduled to commence at 9.30 AM.

“This is very alarming. We have asked the Board to cooperate with FIA and assured that we will also provide all information we have. As per the chief minister’s orders, we have also involved the CTD so that we can see this from multiple angles,” the education minister said.

Shortly afterwards, the provincial government launched an extraordinary crackdown against the cheating mafia, as Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah handed over the investigation to the Counter-Terrorism Department of Sindh Police.