Pak spy received money from UAE,say cops

Arrested Pakistani spy,Kashif Ali alias Pawan Kumar's connections in the United Arab Emirates have surfaced,as the police have found that the spy was receiving money from UAE.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 19, 2010 2:44 am

Arrested Pakistani spy,Kashif Ali alias Pawan Kumar’s connections in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have surfaced,as the police have found that the spy was receiving money from UAE. Kashif used to receive Rs 5,000 every month from the UAE. The police have also identified the cybercafes from where Kashif used to send e-mails to his associates in Pakistan and UAE.

Sources say he had three different email accounts through which he used to send information to his handlers in Pakistan.

Incriminating documents recovered from Kashif are being examined to find more leads in the case. Kashif has also volunteered to spy for India.

In his preliminary interrogation,Kashif had told the Chandigarh Police that the military intelligence of Pakistan had offered him a sum of Rs 10,000 per month for spying. Out of the total amount,Rs 5,000 was paid to his parents in Pakistan and the remaining amount was paid to him in India.

After conducting investigation,the police have found out that the money was sent from UAE and not Pakistan.

Kashif had entered India illegally through Nepal and initially stayed at Delhi for about two-and-a-half months. To establish himself in India,he made a fake driving licence in the name of Pawan Kumar,but later shifted to Bikaner.

He also has fake PAN and voter ID cards,and had also applied for a passport at the Regional Passport Office in Sector 34 of Chandigarh. For that Kashif had procured a forged matriculation certificate by paying Rs 12,000 to one of his aides.

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