The information was revealed by 44-year-old library assistant, Kafaitullah Khan alias Master Raja, who was arrested in the capital by Delhi Police's Crime Branch wing on November 26, on charges of obtaining secret information related to India's national security and sharing it with the ISI.

"Khan  was supposed to meet someone outside the Pakistan embassy gate to whom he was to hand over his passport and the recommendation letter for Pakistan High Commission," Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Ravindra Yadav told reporters.

Khan  reportedly revealed that he was asked by his handlers in ISI to meet officials  in the Commission to obtain a visa for Pakistan, so that he could go there. However, the police  did not disclose the names of the said officials. "Further  logistics were also to be provided to Khan by the person whom he had to meet," Yadav said.

Sources in Delhi Police said that Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit will soon be contacted over the issue regarding the information revealed by Khan.

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