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Pakistan military arrested more than 140 spies collaborators

Islamabad: More than 140 spies of hostile intelligence agency are arrested from the areas of Karachi, Balochistan and tribal areas of Pakistan.

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The official monitoring the National action plan told journalists that till now a total number of 29,612 suspects have been arrested till date, On 742 intelligence reports of Pakistani forces. In this breakdown 16,813 suspects are arrested from the areas of KPK, 5,720 from Sindh, 2,650 from Punjab, 3,466 from Balochistan, 747 from Islamabad, 9 from AJK, 28 from Gilgit-Baltistan and 179 from the tribal areas of Pakistan.

Chief of Army staff blamed the Indian intelligence agency for whipping up terrorism in Pakistan some days ago. After which Defense minister also published a statement supporting the stance of COAS.

Prime minister also discussed this issue with Afghanistan that its territory is being used by foreign Intelligence agencies like RAW for supporting terrorism in Pakistan, Sartaj Aziz also provided the proofs of RAW involvement to the foreign office of India but nothing could stop their illegal working.

After the Karachi bus attack, Prime minister said that this issue will be highlighted on International forums if hostile intelligence agencies involvement found in it. Now as their involvement is proved, Nawaz Sharif is discussing this issue with their senior ministers to highlight this issue on the International forums like Security council of United Nations and many more.

Defense minister Khawaja Asif told that he is revamping the intelligence systems of our country to stop the undesirable operations of foreign agencies.

Interior minister Chaudhary Nisar is scheduled to visit Karachi this week. Where he will meet the corps commander of Karachi Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar, DG Rangers Maj Gen Bilal Akbar, and  the provincial home department officials who will brief the Federal minister about the ongoing surgical operations