A Pakistani High Commission official, Abid Hussain Abid, has been caught on camera meeting his informant at a restaurant in New Delhi. In the video accessed by Republic TV, Abid can be seen interacting with informants. This happened a day after the Pakistan High Commission dubbed the Indian investigative agent’s actions a “violation of the Vienna Convention”. A resident of Sheikhpura in Pakistan, 42-year-old Abid works as a visa assistant at the High Commission but on Sunday he was arrested along with his colleague Mohd. Tahir Khan was involved in spy activities.
According to the main source, the investigation did not end with diplomats being sent back to Pakistan. In fact, a case under the Secret Act Act was filed. Investigations so far have revealed that this is not the first time Abid and Tahir have tried to procure sensitive Indian Army documents. What is not known at this time is the nature of secret documents accessed by Pakistani diplomats.
The Delhi Special Cell Police also investigated who gave the fake Aadhar card to Abid and where he got the Indian sim card. The Delhi Special Cell Police will also check how many informants Abid has and whether they have succeeded in handing over confidential documents. Recent reports also indicate that the Delhi Police special cell is checking details of seized iPhones and tapped conversations on the phone. The telephone contact list and CDR are also being analyzed now.
On Sunday, when Abid and Tahir were caught red-handed, they tried to falsify their identities with the help of their Aadhar card. Only after further questioning did they reveal that they were officials of the Pakistan High Commission.
Indian security agencies have received special input that Abid “was involved in the procurement and supply of classified documents relating to the Indian Armed Forces.” Indian agencies received input that Abid and Tahir planned to come to Gurdwara Street, Karol Bagh on Sunday to collect some secret classified documents. Indian security agencies have recovered an Aadhar card in the name of Nasir Gotam, an iPhone and Rs 15,000 in cash from their property. It is said that officials of the Pakistan High Commission have been under the supervision of Central Intelligence agencies since the last week of January.
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