GB police arrests two Indian agents

Special Correspondent

GILGIT: Gilgit Baltistan police on Friday claimed that two Indian agents were arrested and police has started investigation for their entry and their targets given by Indian agencies. In a press conference SSP Gilgit Raja Mirza Hassan said that the both Indian spies belong to occupied Kashmir and were living in Bandi Pura district. They were pushed from line of control as shepherds but the Pakistani security forces arrested them, he added. Meanwhile, a spy namely Noor Muhammad Wani told media he and his friend Feroz Ahmad Lon were facing Indian pressure and threats to be killed, on this ground they were sent to Gilgit Baltistan for spying but they held . Indian intelligence agencies provided Rs100,000 while assured them to give one million for more for their families Noor Muhammad wani revealed. Police presented recovered Indian currency ,cards , mobiles ,maps and other some prohibited items in front of media.