Pakistan Cyber Force: 4 USZ spies, 3 Germans arrested in Jehlum

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4 USZ spies, 3 Germans arrested in Jehlum

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Four USZ nationals have been arrested in Pakistan's eastern province of Punjab on suspicion of espionage, amid increasing tensions between Washington and Islamabad, Press TV reports. The four individuals were arrested on Friday while they were roaming around military bases in Punjab's northern city of Jehlum, and were reportedly taken to an unknown location for investigation. Neither Washington nor Islamabad has so far commented on the issue.

In another incident on Saturday, Police arrested three Germans on GT Road near Jhelum, officials said. According to officials, these foreigners attempted to run away when police flagged down their vehicle on GT Road in Dina. However, police detained three Germans and their Pakistani driver after a chase, they said, adding that the detainees were employees of a foreign NGO and the German Embassy was contacted in this connection. Police shifted them to the federal capital.

In February, a JSOC terrorist and CIA contractor called Reymond Davis, claimed by the USZ to have been a consulate staff, was arrested after he killed two locals in the southern city of Lahore. A large list of contacts with religious and sectarian extremist groups was obtained from his cellphone mainly of lashkar-e-Jhangvi which has recently been actively involved in sectarian assassinations in Quetta which decisively proves CIA's involvement in these filthy attempts to spark a sectarian rift in the region to weaken Pakistan's relations with Iran and create a civil war within.

Davis's arrest, which soured relations between Washington and Islamabad, engaged top USZ officials in negotiations with Pakistani authorities over his release.  He was set free after the CIA blackmailed the associated court's judge and brutally assaulted the relatives of the killed personnel. In June, Pakistani government imposed travel restrictions on the USZ diplomats in the country, forcing them to get a 'No Objection Certificate' before leaving the capital, Islamabad, for any other cities.

Pakistani experts believe that violence in the northwest of the country has decreased after the government limited the movements of the Pakistan-based USZ officials. The experts say most of American diplomats traveling across Pakistan without legal documents are agents of the USZ intelligence agency, the CIA, which they say is trying to destabilize the Asian country.

Written by Enticing Fury
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