KARACHI: Six terrorists having connection to the Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) have been arrested in Karachi foiling a major terrorist plot according to the District West Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Fida Hussain Janwari.
According to a Geo News report, SSP Janwai said that the suspects taken into custody were back and trained by RAW which had been providing them with assistance such as logistics and financial support.
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These suspects were in the procession of weapons, bombs and explosive materials and wanted to target key installations in the city under instructions from RAW which was planning on attacking security agencies and police personnel.
According to SSP Janwari, India’s RAW has been involved in a recent wave of terrorist activities in the country along with other spy agencies looking to cause unrest by targeting sensitive installations.
These suspects were arrested after a joint effort between police and intelligence agencies at tracking down those behind the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) attack that took place last month.
The terrorists who attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) last month were also trained by RAW according to the SSP District West.
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