New Delhi, Dec 8: A home ministry report for this year states that there have been 24 ISI agents who have been arrested in India on charges of spying.
This is no doubt a big number of spies that the rogue nation has unleashed on India.
A recent arrest in West Bengal and the subsequent investigations would show how well prepared a spy is when he is on assignment.
The arrest of Ranabijay Singh from Siliguri, West Bengal has given the police several leads about how a spy from Pakistan works.
His kit contained at least 190 SIM cards. The number of SIM cards found on Singh only indicates how much of effort goes into an operation to stay undetected.
An officer part of the probe informed OneIndia that Singh had with him 35 Indian SIM cards, four laptops, three voter identification cards. Apart from this there were also 155 Nepalese SIM cards found on him.
Singh originally hails from Bihar. After he came in contact with the ISI he set up a small business in Siliguri.
He was in touch with his handlers in Pakistan and would very frequently visit Nepal where he would hand over information personally.
Investigations would also show that he had several times visited Oman.
Investigators say that he had visited several countries and this may have been to personally meet up with his handlers who would take information and also give him orders.