Srinagar: Days after the two men including a BSF head constable was arrested from Rajouri for their alleged links with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI, the Delhi Police on Saturday arrested a school teacher from Rajouri in connection with the same spying racket.
A man identified as Mohammad Saber is the latest catch in the racket. He was arrested in an early morning raid at Rajouri’s Aiti village.
Saber reportedly tried to evade arrest by jumping from his house and ended up wounding himself. He was admitted to district hospital Rajouri and later taken to police station Rajouri and then Jammu.
DIG Rajouri Poonch range AK Attri while confirming the arrest said Saber, a government teacher, was detained. “He has been taken into custody in ISI espionage racket case,” he said.
On the other hand An ex-servicemen who had fought Kargil war in 1999 has been arrested arrested on charges of spying in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Munawwar Ahmad Mir was arrested on Friday at Manjkote in Rajouri after his name cropped up during the investigations into the espionage case in which a BSF official and a state government employee have already been arrested in Jammu and Kashmir.
After his arrest by a joint team of Delhi crime branch and Jammu and Kashmir police, Mir was produced before a local court and has been brought to Delhi on transit remand
Mir was an active member of the ruling Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party in Manjkote in Rajouri.
Police said he was providing crucial information to Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI and he has been booked for charges under Official Secrets Act.