Skip to Content

Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2708

Indian, accomplices planning to attack Police College arrested in Pakistan

By Farzana Shah-Asian Tribune Correspondent in Pakistan

Rawalpindi, 11 April, (Asiantribune.com): Pakistani police on Friday arrested six people including an Indian spy who were planning an attack on a police college near Rawalpindi.

An Indian was arrested in the jurisdiction of Police College Sihala, near Rawalpindi.

He was arrested on suspicion after being seen in the area, officials said.

Sources said the alleged Indian spy admitted that he and others were planning terror attacks on Police College Sihala.

An investigation team has been set up to question him, Deputy Inspector General of Police and commandant of the college Fateh Sher Joyia said.

The alleged spy has been handed over to secret agencies for further investigation, sources said.

Officials declined to give the name and other information on the Indian saying details could be shared only after the investigation process has been completed.

However the DIG confirmed that maps of important Pakistani cities along with some phone numbers were recovered from his possession.

The Indian was wearing five thick shirts and a belt, a police official said.

Five more suspects were arrested on information provided by the Indian spy who confessed to planning an attack on Police College Sihala.

Interrogation of the five arrested was underway.

- Asian Tribune -

Share this


.