Tale of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav arrest
Mashkel Balochistan became the territory of detention of Indian RAW spy Kulbhushan Jadhav as it took place inside Balochistan on 3rd March 2016. Mashkel is situated near the Taftan Border in Chaman region located in Balochistan. Kulbhushan Jadhav was allegedly arrested as he made an illicit entrance into Pakistan under a passport pseudonym of Hussein Mubarak Patel. His detention is reported to occur during a raid made by Pakistani security officials. The raid aimed at counterintelligence to unveil all hidden sabotaging factors in the region. Pakistani government officials have acclaimed that Jadhav’s espionage in Pakistan is linked to Research and Analyst Wing (RAW), the intelligence agency of India. Pakistani security has asserted that Kulbhushan facilitated the unrest of Balochistan separatism. He also is convicted of fomenting terrorism in Karachi as well. Following his arrest, Jadhav was sent to the interrogative center located in Islamabad.
Sarfraz Bufti, Home Minister of Balochistan, claimed that Kulbhushan made strong ties with Baloch separatists along with terrorist groups in the region and thereby fueled sectarian bloodshed in the territory. It is further reported that Jadhav provided financial assistance to extremist terrorist groups in the region. Kulbhushan confessed his terrorist plans targeting Gwadar and Karachi ports. Moreover, Jadhav also revealed about other existent Indian Intelligence officials in the metropolitan city, Karachi.
Asim Bajwa . former Director General at ISPR and current Inspector General of Arms told media about Jadhav bogus Muslim conversion and his network of similar intel operative which purposed at smuggling terrorists into Pakistan. Jadhav also told the probing officials to tell senior RAW officials about his detention by using code words as ‘your monkey with us’. Bajwa acclaimed that this was a clear evidence of Indian intervention in Pakistan to stir turmoil. Bajwa also enunciates that he has commandeered maps from the allegedly detained.
Contrarily Indian officials doubt that Jadhav was subjected to abduction by the extremist group known as Jaishul Adil. Jaishul Adil has deliberate links with Al Qaeda and is arraigned of attacking Iranian guards at Taftan border.