RAW's network planning to sabotage CPEC busted in Karachi

11:03 AM | 18 Jul, 2017
RAW's network planning to sabotage CPEC busted in Karachi
LAHORE - Foiling another Indian conspiracy against multi-billion dollars China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, intelligence agencies busted a network of Indian spy agency, RAW, in Karachi.

Senior journalist Kamran Khan made this claim during his TV talk show on a private news channel, adding that the miscreants, who have been arrested from surroundings of Port Qasim, were planning to kidnap and targeting Chinese officials working on the project in Pakistan.

Saying Indian civilian and military leadership wanted to damage the project, Khan that RAW was establishing its offices in Europe, Middle East, Afghanistan and other countries to sabotage the project that aims at regional development.

Indian government has released funds of millions of dollars to its spy agency to implement their nefarious designs against the development of Pakistan.

“There is a massive network of RAW’s agent which is being operated from an important member country of GCC through internet,” he said.

He further revealed that a convoy of Chinese officials fortunately survived a terrorist attack near area of Port Qasim, adding that the incident had not been reported by media.

After the incident, the intelligence agencies became more vigilant and arrested a network of RAW’s agents from Port Qasim area, he claimed.