Two RAW agents arrested in Karachi
20 April, 2016
KARACHI - Two Indian agents, associated with the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) captured from Karachi’s coastal areas, have made sensational revelations during interrogation, laying bare the sabotage activities being planned against Pakistan.
A private TV channel reported that Indian intelligence agents exposed the coded sentences that they used to communicate. The agents spilled the beans about their modus operandi. The two agents belong to a group that comprises of 10 members. The two arrested agents named Saddam Hussain and Bachal Solangi revealed that nine different Indian telephone numbers were used to contact them.
Indian officer named ‘Karan Singh’ provided the agents with mobile phones that were equipped with advanced softwares. Saddam alias Machi said that he was initially called Agent 226 and then Agent 201. He said that he was asked to provide a map of the Karachi fisheries and newspapers in Pakistan.
“When I contacted my bosses in India on the phone I had to speak in code words, such as, ‘Badey Maulvi Sahib is calling you’ and ‘Mitthai is ready, come to the wedding’,” he said. He added that “Baray Moulvi Sahab Se Mulaqat” was used to arrange a meeting while for a key sitting they used to say “Mithai Tyaar Hai.”
He said that every time he called India he was asked to just leave a missed call. Later his boss would call him back. He said during his time in Thatta, he had met Narendar, Surendar, Arjan and Karan Singh through a boat he took to the sea. Saddam was arrested with his accomplice Bachal Solangi by the Counter Terrorism Department on Sunday.
India's navy chief RK Dhovan finally accepted that Kulbushan Yadav, a RAW agent arrested last month from Balochistan was their navy officer. In a message on a social media website, he said that he did not remember much about Yadav except that he served the navy for some time.