Agencies detain RAW agent, family in Gujjar Khan
Law enforcement agencies conducted a raid in Gujjar Khan and arrested an agent of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) Muhammad Jalal along with his wife and children, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Sunday, quoting its sources.
The sources maintained that the agencies have shifted Muhammad Jalal to an unknown location for interrogation.
According to the TV channel, the law enforcement agencies in a joint operation with Punjab Elite Force, Rawalpindi Police and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Police conducted the operation and arrested the wife and children of RAW agent Muhammad Jalal.
گوجر خان سے بھارتی خفیہ ایجنسی را کا ایجنٹ پکڑا گیا
گوجر خان سے بھارتی خفیہ ایجنسی را کا ایجنٹ پکڑا گیاPosted by 24 News HD on Sunday, August 16, 2020
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