Yadev has no official links with Indian government: EAM
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Ministry of India claimed that the ex. Indian Navy personnel Bhoshan Yadav has no officiall links with Indian government.
EAM spokesperson Vikas Swarup said “The said individual has no links with Government since his premature retirement from Indian Navy. We have sought consular access to him. India has no interest in interfering in internal matters of any country and firmly believes that a stable and peaceful Pakistan is in the best interest of all in the region.”
Earlier, Pakistan security forces arrested an Indian person spying for RAW from the area of Chaman near Pak-Afghan border during a suspected raid.
The accused was shifted to Islamabad for detailed interrogation in which he claimed that he was working for RAW with the assistance of Afghan’s spy agency National Directorate of Intelligence (NDS).
He said “he was assigned the task to contact militants working for sectarian and separatists organizations in Baluchistan.”
Pakistan Foreign Office Secretary also summoned Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad and expressed deep concerns over the illegal entry of RAW official in Pakistan.
Pakistan also claimed that Indian agencies are involved in subversive activities in Karachi.