Pakistan returned to Pakistan sentence, spies returned to Pakistan: India came to Nepal in 2006, Lucknow police arrested

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Through the international border attic, India sent a Pakistani spy to his homeland after 16 years. The 16 -year -old Pakistani spy was lodged in the Indian jail. The Pakistani spy is Tasin Azim, who lives in Karachi, in 2006, without a visa-passport via Nepal to India. After which he was arrested by the Lucknow police. Before leaving for Pakistan, Tasin Azim told that he is a resident of Karachi. In 2006, when he was just 24 years old, he entered the Indian border via Nepal to spy. He was in Lucknow and the police arrested him. The court sentenced him to 8 years. But shortly before the completion of the sentence, he had a fight with the police and another case of disrupting government work was registered on him. In which he was sentenced to 4.50 years. A total of 16 years sentence has been cut in Indian jails. He himself is now getting a chance to go to Pakistan. Arun Pal, Protocol Officer of ITAR Sarhad, carrying Attari on Lucknow Police Protection Warrant, said that a Pakistani prisoner is being sent back to Pakistan after the completion of the sentence. Lucknow police had controlled without passport and visa and was sentenced to 16 years in various cases. The Lucknow police brought him to the attic on the protection warrant. Which has been sent to Pakistan via Attari. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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