The arrest of Ehsaan-Hul-Haq a Pakistani spy has revealed that he had managed to stay undercover as an Indian national by obtaining a fake Aadhaar and Pan card.
Haq was arrested following an operation by the Jalandhar police. At the time of his arrest he said that he was an Australian national. During the course of the interrogation, the police learnt that he was originally a Pakistan national.
He is suspected to have been sent to India by the ISI to collect vital information. He was married to an Indian for the past five years. Prior to that he was married to an Australian, the police also say.
The police say that he had taken his wife several times to Pakistan. He had faked his identity and claimed that he was an Indian national although he is originally a resident of Sarja village near Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. In India he managed to get an Aadhaar card and Pan by giving an address in Salempur village. He had also purchased a plot in Alipur and built a house, the police also say.
The police say that the investigations are ongoing and they are trying to find out if he was a spy. The police suspect that he may have been sending confidential information from India to Pakistan.