Report by A Khokar
Indian intelligence networ -RAW in Afghanistan is the main cause of destabilization in Pakistan; writes Akhtar jamal in ‘Pakistan Observer’ dated 30 December 2008.
ISLAMABAD — According to informed sources Indian intelligence officials working in the disguise of diplomats in Embassy and Consulates in Afghanistan have set up a vast covert operation network to destabilise FATA, Northern Areas and Baluchistan engaging dozens of Afghan, Indians, the drug dealers and other Afghan warlords. According to sources several agents hired by the RAW were captured recently in FATA, Waziristan and Southern Eastern areas. They have provided loads of details claiming that the Indian had managed to penetrate deeply inside Pakistan in collaboration with Indian paid agents in the region.
According to one spy who was recently killed by Taliban happened to be Indian intelligence official named as C.R. Garg working as Attaché and Personal Secretary to Indian Ambassador in Kabul who was found offering as much as US$2000-3200 per one foreigner killed in Pakistan. The spy was given a telephone number for urgent contacts
Another Indian senior official named as Malkit Chand supposedly working as Third Secretary of Education & Director of Indian Cultural Centre is found engaged in human trafficking of Pakistani Baluch students from Afghanistan to India for their special training. Baluchi students particularly the children of Baluch refugees are being offered a sum of about US$200-300 per month when they are inducted to proceed to India.
Chandra Mohan Mishra a Third Secretary at Indian Embassy in Kabul and a person named J. Baby working as an Attaché (Technical) are alleged to have held several meetings with Baluch militants during mid-2008. Other Indian intelligence officials are also engaged in financing Pakistani youths and sending them from tribal areas to several other Central Asian states. Recently two spies were hauled up and arrested in tribal areas carrying ‘Thuraya’ satellite phone numbers 00-873-763095858, 00-873-763095867 and 0700501385 which belonged to Indian intelligence officials inside Afghanistan. From the record of calls made they were traced down in contact with Consulate General of India, posted at Mazar-i-Sharif named Dinesh Behari and Vice Consul D. N. Dutta.
‘Thuraya Satellite telephone’ is product made of a dynamic technology which gives freedom of movement and the ability to stay connected in more than 110 countries in Europe, North, Central Africa and large parts of Southern Africa, the Middle East, Central and South Asia. This means total coverage whether you are in a village, on a mountain or by the coast. The GSM/Satellite Phones also are the handheld phones combine three powerful technologies: satellite, GSM and GPS allowing users the flexibility to avail seamless connectivity outside terrestrial network and utilise global positioning overview.
Thuraya also has the World’s Smallest Satellite Phones designed to be the smallest and lightest phone in the satellite industry, the Thuraya SO-2510, weighs a mere 130gm and is ideal for heavy users who require only satellite service in areas with limited telecom connectivity like Afghanistan and Pakistan tribal area. The SG-2520 is the only satellite smart phone in existence; offering satellite service along with the full range of advanced features.
Akhtar Jamal further says; Another Indian agents Sanjay Asthana working as Vice Consul at Habibabad,, in Jallalabad was traced in touch with above arrested spies called ‘assets’ using phone/fax number of 0797638744. An Indian official based in Herat, named Manohar Gangesh is working as Consul in Indian Consulate. He is known to remains in close contact with local agents who organize secret meetings and trainings for Islamic militants. A militant leader has claimed that he discovered the telephone number of a senior Indian intelligence official Raju Balakrishnan working as a diplomat and Vice Consul in Herat 0799427738 from the possession of a recently captured spy after his detailed interrogation.
According to a reliable sources early this year Indian agents working as Muslim militant leaders by the name of Yasin Khan (Original Indian name Amat Verma) and “Nasir” identified as “Santosh” were operating a massive network of terrorists in Jallalabad while another so-called “Islamic militant leader (original name Sudesh ) also operates in Khost. Local Afghan commanders, drug dealers and military commanders of US- NATO forces were well aware of their activities but they overlook their activities of covert operations against Pakistan for sake of their own clandestine business and operation.
Edited by A Khokar