Pak ‘Spy’ Arrested In J&K’s Samba

Police have arrested a Pakistani ‘spy’ from the border district of Samba on Wednesday. The arrested accused has been identified as Kuljeet Kumar, 21, of Awtal Katalan village, which is close to the international border with Pakistan. Giving details, Samba district police chief, SSP Rajesh Sharma said, “The accused was arrested on Wednesday evening for sharing classified information and images with an unknown source across the border via social media sites. We have also detected money transactions in his bank account.” Four mobile phones and few SIM cards have been seized from his possession.

The SSP added that the accused who has been arrested named Kuljeet Kumar who belongs to Samba district for allegedly spying for Pakistan. According to sources, Kuljeet had been photographing important locations in Samba and used to send them to Pakistan since 2018 for which he used to get hefty amounts. Further investigations are on, he added. An FIR under the Enemy Ordinance Act has been registered against him, the police chief said It may be stated here that Samba district is dotted by several army formations and also has Samba Brigade.

Previously in June, 2 Pakistani spied were arrested for allegedly spying for Pakistan. Rajasthan Police arrested two men working at army establishments for allegedly spying for Pakistan, a senior official said. The two suspects were allegedly sharing classified information about the Indian Army to Pakistan’s intelligence agency through social media, the official said. Chimanlal Nayak, who works on contract in Mahajan field firing range in Bikaner, and Vikas Tilotia, a tradesman in a field ammunition depot in Ganganagar, were brought to Jaipur and interrogated at the Central Interrogation Centre.

Hindustan TimesNewsD

Kartik Sud

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