Five of the remaining seven Indian High Commission officials have Pakistan left for their home country on Wednesday via Wagah Border.
Rajesh Kumar, Amerdeep Singh Bhatti, Dharmendra Sodhi, allegedly members of India’s spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) are alleged members of RAW, along with Balbir Singh and Jayabalan Senthil, who are said to be Indian Intelligence Bureau (IB) operatives have left the country.
Earlier on Tuesday, Anurag Singh, Vijay Kumar Verma and Madhavan Nanda Kumar, who have also alleged members of RAW, left for India on flight EK613 via Dubai.
Diplomatic sources confirmed that initially they were expected to leave on Sunday but due to incomplete documents their travel plans were delayed.
The expelled officials were employed by Indian intelligence agency RAW and were posing as diplomats.
The alleged agent of Indian spy agency RAW Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri was stationed at the Indian High Commission in Pakistan in the garb of a commercial counsellor who was reportedly running a network of individuals involved in subversive activities in Pakistan.
Another officer of Indian secret agency IB, Balbir Singh, was stationed in Pakistan as First Secretary Press Information who was allegedly involved in destabilising the country through a network of IB officials.
Amarjeet was working as a visa attaché, Vijay Kumar and Madhavan were stationed at the Indian High Commission are also said to be RAW agents.
Earlier this year Kulbhushan Yadav, a serving Indian navy officer, was arrested from Balochistan while spying for RAW.
Last week, the Foreign Office during a press briefing revealed details of the eight Indian ‘diplomats’ in Pakistan, saying that a number of “Indian diplomats and staff belonging to Indian intelligence agencies RAW and IB have been found involved in coordinating terrorist and subversive activities in Pakistan under the garb of diplomatic assignments.”
The FO said the alleged RAW and IB officials are suspected of handling Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) factions, fueling sectarianism in Pakistan and creating unrest in Balochistan, Sindh, and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB).