Pakistan arrests former Indian Navy official

| Friday, March 25, 2016 - 21:15
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Pakistan arrests Ex-Navy man

New Delhi: Pakistan on Friday reportedly arrested an Ex-Navy man in Balochistan claiming that he is a ‘Spy’ from India. The man arrested by Pakistan has been identified as Kulbhushan Yadav   
Reacting to the issue, the Indian goverment rejected Pakistan's allegations and said that this person has as no link from the government till his retirement from India Navy. India is not interested in interfering in internal matters of any country and is firmly believe that a stable and peaceful Pakistan is in interest for all in the region. Reports also suggest that Indian High Commission in Islamabad is seeking councillor access to the arrested man. 
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According to reports, the man arrested by Pakistan had illegally entered into Pakistan and was involved in 'subversive activities' in Balochistan and Karachi. Pakistan has claimed that they have apprehended a raw agent. 
Meanwhile, India in its reply to Pakistan has said that it is not involved in any internal matters of Pakistan.
Speaking on the issue, Defence Analyst RSN Singh said "this information is being deliberately circulated by Pakistani agencies and being provided impetus by the Pakistani media." 

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