NEW DELHI: This month last year, two staffers at the Pakistani high commission in New Delhi—both of them actually spies for the ISI—got trapped in their own game. It all began when their so-called target, an alert Indian Army jawan, suspected foul play and informed his superiors. Intelligence agencies then got into the act. A bait was dangled. A military intelligence officer posed as the jawan and kept the Pakistani spies engaged over the phone for nearly three months before meeting them at a restaurant in Delhi where the menu was ready! And the desperate ISI agents walked into the trap. They were arrested and deported. At least four more operations they were running in India were neutralised. From beginning to end, it took nearly six months for sleuths of Military Intelligence, Intelligence Bureau and Delhi Police to track the spies and lure them into the net. Here’s the fascinating back story that blew the lid off the Pakistani mission....Read More
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