Indian intelligence agents leaves for India

ISLAMABAD: Three out of eight Indian intelligence agents left for home land on Monday whereas five more agents will leave through Wagha border, Aaj News reported.  

As reported, three intelligence agents serving as Indian high commission officials have left from federal capital whereas five more will leave for home country tomorrow through Wagha border.

Sources revealed that Secretary commercial Anuragh Singh, Vijay Kumar Varma and Madhav Dhavan left through national airline.

The expelled officers of Indian high commission used to work for Indian intelligence agency and were involved in terror activities within Pakistan reportedly.