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'Money in account of suspected ISI agent came from Srinagar, Gulf countries'

Uttar Pradesh Police on Wednesday said the money in the account of suspected ISI agent Mohammad Eizaz, who was arrested from Meerut on November 27, was deposited from Srinagar and gulf countries.



Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Police on Wednesday said the money in the account of suspected ISI agent Mohammad Eizaz, who was arrested from Meerut on November 27, was deposited from Srinagar and gulf countries.

"After going through Mohammad Eizaz alias Mohammad Kalam's account it was found that Rs 5.78 lakh was deposited in his account from Srinagar and gulf countries," IG, Special Task Force Sujit Pandey told reporters here.

Eizaz, a resident of Islamabad in Pakistan, was arrested by a STF team from Meerut Cannt area. He is in police remand till December 6.

Documents related to Indian Army, Pakistani identity proof, fake voter identity of West Bengal, fake Aadhar card in address of Bareily district, Delhi Metro card, laptop, pen drives were recovered from his possession, he said.

The STF and other intelligence agencies are trying to elicit more information from the agent, on whose tip-off three more Pakistani national were arrested in Kolkata.

During interrogation, the agent revealed that in 2012 he came in contact with ISI, which trained him to work in India, where he had to send information of Army from west UP and Uttrakahand, Pandey said.

In India, he started photography and videography to collect sensitive information and procured Aadhar card from Bareilly with the help of a local, he said.

"Eizaz was paid Rs 5.8 lakh till now and his family was paid Rs 50,000 per month in Pakistan," he said.  

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