FIA Arrests Alleged RAW Operatives In Karachi
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has claimed that it has arrested three alleged operatives of the Indian intelligence agency, allegedly involved in targetting killings and bomb attacks in Karachi as well as money laundering.
According to FIA officials, the suspect, identified as Zafar Khan, was an official of the Karachi fire brigade and had been in India for 14 months where he had received training. The suspect is allegedly an expert in making bombs and using advanced weapons.
Moreover, FIA officials said they had also arrested two members of a money exchange company who were allegedly part of a RAW [Research and Analysis Wing] sleeping cell. The two suspects were laundering money for ‘anti-state elements’ through Hawala and Hundi.
“Information of others involved in the activities have been sent to all the airports in the country,” officials said, adding that laptops, phones and guns were recovered from them.
A case has been registered against the suspects and an investigation is underway, officials added.