New Delhi: Acting on a tip off, a special cell of Delhi Police arrested two ISI agents from New Delhi Railway Station. The accused identified as Imran (40) and Sofia Kanwal (38) were apprehended by the police on December 5 and were presented before the court on Monday. The Pakistani infiltrators have been remanded to14-day judicial custody.

As informed by DCP Ashok Chandra, the two agents crossed India-Nepal border on the directives of the Pakistan’s notorious spy agency ISI. From Sanauli border they reached the national capital by Gorakhdham Express train. Taking immediate action on the intelligence report the duo was nabbed from New Delhi Railway station.

Police recovered two Pakistani identity cards and passport without any stamp for entry into India. Besides, police seized fake legal documents like driving licence issued from Gujarat, Indian voter ID card, Indian PAN card and passport issued in 1986.


“Imran originally belongs to Ahemdabad, Gujarat. In 1988 he moved to Pakistan for establishing textile industry. He was approached by ISI after his textile business failed and told that they would provide him monetary support if they work for him. In 2011, he was asked to go and settle in India,” said the DCP.

“Going by the planned conspiracy, Imarn along with Kanwal entered India and were supposed to meet another associate in Agra,” he said. Meanwhile, Delhi police is searching for the third ISI agent.

(JPN/Bureau)