Gurdaspur: A Pakistani spy was apprehended by Border Security Force (BSF) personnel from Gurdaspur district in Punjab, which is just 21 km from the international border between India and Pakistan. The spy was apprehended from Tibri Cantt area of the district on Wednesday.
The spy was found communicating confidential information on the developments related to Kartarpur corridor from the Indian side to his affiliates in Pakistan. After apprehending the Pakistani spy, the BSF handed him over to Dera Baba Nanak Police, who launched an investigation jointly with central agencies.
In the investigation, the spy was identified as 22-year-old Sarvanan Sani, who belonged to Parna village of Begusarai district in the state of Bihar. He was going with a fake name of Vipin Singh and had also sent some photographs and videos containing classified information on Kartarpur corridor and Cantt area. He also had plans to visit Pathankot in Pakistan in the next two-three days.
According to sources, Vipin was promised a payment of Rs 10 lakh to supply the photos and vital information.