Pak ISI Agent Who Landed In Delhi To Be Quizzed
New Delhi: The mysterious man who landed at Indira Gandhi International Airport and identified himself as the contract killer for Pakistan’s Inter- Service Intelligence (ISI) is likely to be quizzed by the counter- intelligence head of IB on Saturday.
The rare incident of an agent turning himself into an enemy country took place after Pakistan military court awarded death sentence to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav for spying. However, India denied the charges levelled against Jadhav.
The intelligence agencies are yet to confirm the antecedents of the man, Ahmed Mohammed, who is said to be from Faisalabad in Pakistan’s Punjab province.
The intelligence Bureau (IB) sources said that he was being interrogated since he turned himself in to Indian officials on Friday.
The man who was carrying a Pakistani passport was scheduled to leave for Nepal on Friday itself. He has reportedly told the interrogators that though he worked for ISI so far, he wants to work for India from now on, the sources added.
There were also reports that Mohammed told the investigators that his family was kept in captive by ISI to prevent him from quitting his job as a contract killer.