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Pakistan expels two Indian diplomats from Islamabad for spying

Islamabad: Amid rising tensions between Indian and Pakistan, the latter on Wednesday expelled  two Indian diplomats declared persona non grata from the Indian High Commissionin Islamabad.

According to reports, the two diplomats are – RK Agnihotri and Balbir Singh.

The Pakistani establishment believes that the two are alleged RAW agents in the guise of diplomats posted with the Indian High Commission in Islamabad.

The matter was first reported by Pakistan Today, which said, “Two RAW agents in the guise of diplomats are running a terror unit in Pakistan”.

They include Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri and Balbir Singh. They are working as Commercial Counsellor and Press Information Secretary respectively, the daily said.

“The two diplomats have been found to be involved in activities to destabilise Pakistan by facilitating and funding terrorism,” the media outlet claimed citing highly placed sources .

The daily claimed that another Indian diplomatic official Surjeet Singh who was recently expelled by Pakistan was also part of the network.

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