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Pak dubs Delhi cops claim of busting ISI network as ‘baseless’

Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah on Thursday termed the Delhi Police claim to have busted a Pakistani spy network of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) “baseless and unfounded”.

“We have seen media reports. Indian authorities have not approached us in this regard. We reject allegations against the High Commission and our premier intelligence agency. They are baseless and unfounded. Such allegations levelled against our intelligence agency in the past have proved to be false,” he said.

Two espionage rackets were busted last week with arrests of five people from Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi and Kolkata. One of the men caught was suspected to be a handler from Pakistan’s ISI, while the other was a Border Security Force (BSF) personnel, claimed the Delhi police.

One of the accused Kafaitullah Khan, a resident of J&K, allegedly had connections with an official of the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi. (ANI)