Indian NIA planning yet another false flag operation against Pakistani Agencies
*New Delhi:* Indian NIA planning yet another false flag operation against Pakistani Agencies.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing a “Pakistan connection” in the Davinder Singh case and have found clues to suggest that he was getting money from across the border, ThePrint has learnt.
According to a source in the NIA, the J&K deputy superintendent of police made more than four visits to Bangladesh — Dhaka and other cities — in 2019, which could be because of his connections with Pakistan’s intelligence agency, ISI.
Two of Singh’s daughters are studying medicine in Bangladesh.
Singh was arrested link on 11 January for ferrying two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists to Jammu. He is being kept in an undisclosed location in Jammu, and a NIA team from Delhi has gone there to question Singh.
“It was not the first time that Singh was ferrying terrorists to a safe house. He had done the same for money last year as well,” a source said.