Pakistan’s ISI spies are posing as NRIs to trap women in Punjab


The ISI of Pakistan has found a new way to nose around and disturb the law and order situation in Punjab, which includes staining the sacred bond of marriage. As per the investigations, it’s been revealed that the spy agency is using the popular NRI grooms to trap women in the state. The ISI, in the past, used the ‘Honey Trap’ beautiful women with made-up Indian names as a trap for military personnel.

According to the sources, the Pakistani spy agency is using this method to revive terrorism in Punjab, which has experienced decades of bloodshed in the past. Ahsan Ul Haq, a Pakistani spy who was arrested on October 12 from Jalandhar, had an Australian passport. According to the sources, they first enter Nepal and later sneak into Punjab through Uttar Pradesh. They trap their targets through social media sites like Facebook and then share contact information after introducing themselves as NRIs. Ahsan Ul Haq also met Balwinder Kaur on Facebook in 2011, who is a resident of Mukundpur village. The investigations revealed that Ahsan managed to reach Jalandhar in 2012 and allegedly got married to Balwinder.

In between the period of 2012 and 2017, he had visited Punjab five times. He was on a three-month visa when arrested and it was valid until November 29 this year. The ACP Manpreet Singh Dhillon said, “Ahsan Ul Haq is divorced. He had migrated to Saudi Arabia from Pakistan and married an Austrian woman. He also managed to get Austrian citizenship after the marriage. He divorced his Austrian wife after three years in 2009. He has been arrested for violating IPC 419, 420 and 471. The investigation is on.” He also managed to obtain an Aadhar card and PAN card after marrying his Punjabi bride. On the basis of forged documents, he had purchased a plot in Alipur village near Jalandhar. He hasn’t confessed his crime but Indian security agencies believe that his motive behind marriage was spying only.



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