The Delhi Police on Saturday arrested a school teacher from the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir in connection with the espionage racket linked with Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence spying agency. The accused was identified as Sabar, a teacher at a government school in Rajouri, reported PTI. He was arrested and booked under provisions of the Official Secrets Act, said Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav.
This is the fourth arrest in connection with the espionage racket allegedly headed by suspected ISI operative Kafaitullah Khan. He was the first person to be arrested in Delhi on November 26, while he was heading to Bhopal to attend a religious congregation and allegedly recruit more spies. This was followed by the arrests of a serving Border Security Force head constable Abdul Rasheed and a former Army hawaldar, identified as Munawwar Ahmad Mir. Sabar is believed to be the one through whom Khan met Rasheed, Mir and his other associates, said a senior police official.