Samvad News Agency, Pathankot (Punjab)
Published by: Ajay Kumar
Wednesday, 27 October 2021 Updated to 06:51 PM IST
Pakistani votes were split in the Tarna drain on the India-Pakistan border in Pathankot, Punjab. Intelligence agencies are very careful about this whole thing. Police and BSF also launched a search operation in the surrounding area. Meanwhile, the State Operations Cell arrested a man on charges of espionage from Pathankot.
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It is said that there was no sign on the boat and nothing was written. As a precautionary measure, Pathankot police and Border Security Force conducted searches in the surrounding areas. Nothing suspicious was found, however.
Bamiyal police outpost in-charge Tarsem Singh said the Pakistani boat reached India via the Tarna drain, which was washed away by border security forces at around 12 noon on Wednesday. The boat reached near the Symbol School Post in Bamiyal Sector in Pathankot. The boat was seized and an investigation is underway.
Man arrested for espionage
State Operation Cell arrests a man in Pathankot on espionage charges. The accused had contact with a female officer of the Pakistan Intelligence Agency. The accused were working in a crusher near the military cantonment in Pathankot. It is used to send important information about the country to ISI, a leading Pakistani intelligence agency. The female officer put the accused in a honey trap and started doing this in the hope of making money. In another case, Krunal Kumar Bharia was arrested by the State Operation Cell on October 23. Krunal was posted to the IT cell of the Indian Army in Ferozepur.