Jaipur : The three persons from Rajasthan, arrested by the crime branch of the Delhi police, along with an official of the Pakistan high commission in Delhi were brought from Delhi to their native town Nagaur for investigation and interrogations. The Delhi police on Tuesday brought the accused of espionage to Nagaur and searched their houses. The arrested persons Maulana Ramzan, Shoeb and Subhash Jangid were interrogated for six hours by 12 persons of the Delhi crime branch.
During the interrogation it was revealed that Maulana Ramzan belonged to Manak Ki Dhana in the border district of Barmer and was living in Nagaur for the past 20 years and was working in a local school as a teacher. His father Allhu Khan lived in Pakistan between 1989 and 1999, and was involved in the drug smuggling. Maulana Ramzan’s one of the sisters is married in Pakistan.
According to Inspector Neeraj Choudhry, during the search conducted at the residence of Ramzan the police recovered certain documents which showed his links with Pakistan. The police also recovered two passports and an agreement on Pakistani stamp paper which it would examine it in Delhi
Mehmood Akhtar, who was a staffer in Pakistan’s High Commission to India, was arrested by Delhi Police’s Crime Branch with highly classified army documents. After being detained under espionage charges, the man had to be released due to diplomatic immunity.
The documents were sent to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) for examination. The MEA also asked the Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit to come and discuss the matter with the Ministry.