Pakistan Saturday claimed to have arrested two alleged agents of the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) from southern Sindh province.
SSP, Counter Terrorism Department, Naveed Khawaja said the “R&AW agents” were arrested from Thatta city during a raid on a tip-off, the News International reported.
Khawaja identified those arrested as Saddam Hussain and Bachal who, he said, were working for the R&AW in the guise of fishermen in the area. Addressing a press conference, the police officer claimed that India had provided codes to the duo.
Police have seized photographs of sensitive installations from the possession of the “spies”, he said. Khawaja claimed that the alleged agents were planning to disrupt the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.