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Issue:Sep' 2017


Pakistan's dirty tricks !

Ramesh Chandra Ganjoo

Pakistan's ISI agency is in the process of changing its espionage strategy. They have identified Pakistani girls married to Indian Muslim who would be exploited to gather information in sensitive border areas. These married Pakistani women in India on Long Term Visas (LTV) are confined to the particular areas where they have been staying.
Under the specific tasks assigned to them through WhatsApp system, they have been provided mobile numbers of sleeper cells to contact them as facilitators.

The ISI has now started using the Enemies Property Act in India. The Act was for the Pakistani nationals who settled down in Pakistan in 1947 after leaving India.

A Muslim lady, 35 from Karachi, married to an Indian Muslim residing in Old Delhi eight years ago, has been chosen by ISI . She has been visiting Rajasthan border areas frequently without due permission from the Ministry of External Affairs or the police. The areas she has been visiting are Bhilwara, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Barmer and Dalwana Nagaur to collect the information about the location of the Indian Army deployment.
She has been asked to shift her base from Delhi to Nagaur with specific work of laying honey trap against Indian security officials. Col. Shafiq from ISI is monitoring the operations using Indian SIM cards available with him. (His Mobile Number is being been withdrawn from the public due to security reasons) .
Simultaneously, the ISI has launched a hunt for intelligent, ambitious girls to earn fast money, irrespective of colour, caste or religion in India. Such women will be exported to Pakistan via Dubai. During their brief stay in Pakistan, they will be trained in handling arms and spy networking to execute ISI plans in India.
According to highly placed sources, ISI has organised a new track to infiltrate its secret agents into India on Afghanistani passports.
In August 2016, Nandlal, an alleged Pakistani spy hailing from Sangad district in Pakistan, was arrested from a hotel in Jaisalmer. From his possession classified information related to India's defence institutions was seized.
The alarming situation has been the rise in mosques, madarsas on Pak border in Rajasthan for the last over 10 years. It has been noticed in the border areas that the Mauvlis who come to these madarsas to teach do not belong to the state. Religiously motivated radicals and militants are operating overtly and covertly on these campuses.
The ISI has now started using the Enemies Property Act in India. The Act was for the Pakistani nationals who settled down in Pakistan in 1947 after leaving India. On fake documents Pakistan has created claimants in India of the property in Delhi and other places which runs in crores .
The claimants in India have managed to make forged power of attorney in their favour. These residential properties in prime location in old Delhi are in physical possession of these fake claimants with the surreptitious support from the Evacuees Property department under the Ministry of Home Affairs. According to information, some of the portions have rented out while some are kept for sleeper cells and visiting Pakistani agents.