Lt Colonel Mohammad Zahir who went missing in Nepal last week was on an important mission against India. The former Pakistan army officer who was hired by the ISI to carry out a mission against India. Pakistan had initially leaked false information that the officer had reached Nepal in search of a job but was abducted by Indian agencies.
However Intelligence Bureau sources tell OneIndia that Zahir was sent to Nepal on a mission against India. He had first travelled to Oman and from there embarked on his journey to Nepal. He arrived on an Air Arabia flight on April 6 at Kathmandu and then boarded an Air Buddha flight to Bhairahawa.
Officials said that his mission was sensitive in nature. However on his arrival he went off the radar following which the ISI disowned him, While his family in Pakistan claimed that he was lured into a trap by the Indian agencies, officials in New Delhi rubbished the allegations.
Officials say that all they are aware of is that he was on a sensitive mission. He had met with his point man in Nepal and even collected a SIM card which he was to use for the mission. However after that he went off the radar and the agencies in Pakistan shifted the blame on India.