India asks Pakistan for counseler access to its arrested Naval Commander     

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India asks Pakistan for counseler access to its arrested Naval Commander     
ISLAMABAD: While accepting that arrested RAW agent was former officer in Indian Navy, Indian authorities asked Pakistan for counselor access to its arrested Naval Commander.

 

As per details, a statement was issued by Indian foreign ministry claiming that the arrested agent in Baluchistan did not has any link with Indian government however later, Indian foreign office spokesperson confessed that the arrested agent was former officer in Indian Navy.

 

Viqas Sorop, Indian foreign office spokesperson said that Pakistan government was requested by Indian authorities for counselor access to arrest Naval Commander.

 

He further added in his statement India did not has interest in the internal affairs of any country while stable and peaceful Pakistan is in the interest of entire region.

 

On the other hand, Interior Ministry has issued the details of investigation from arrested RAW agent that stated that he was born on April 16, 1970 according to his passport and his father is Sudher Yadiv. His number in Indian Navy is 41588z while he had been working for RAW since 2013.