Spy nabbed in J&K passed vital information to Pakistan
Srinagar, Oct 22: The Pakistani spy arrested in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir had on him maps which had specific details of the deployment of forces. Bodh Raj, who was nabbed near the Jerda village, was apprehended by security agencies on Saturday.
Following information given by the military intelligence, the Jammu and Kashmir police conducted a special operation which commenced on October 20. The operation was conducted in the border area of Ramgarh.
The military intelligence had kept a track of this spy and found that he was collecting vital information relating to the Indian army and was passing it on to his handlers in Pakistan.
"He had passed on information about the deployment of security forces," an officer with the military intelligence informed.
The Jammu and Kashmir police kept a close watch on his movements. He was found moving around suspiciously. As they tried to apprehend him, he made an escape bid.
He was nabbed and the police found two Pakistani SIM cards, a map showing the deployment of forces, two mobile phones and a memory chip on him.