Karachi: The Anti-Terrorist Wing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FIA) arrested a Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London (MQM-L) worker who was suspected of being linked to the Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) on Saturday.
According to a FIA spokesperson, officials conducted a raid in Gulistan e. Howhar in Karachi, unearthed a terrorist network, and arrested a suspect named Zafar Downs, Abd. Durer Jabbar.
“The suspect is an expert in bomb-making and using modern sophisticated weapons,” the spokesperson claimed, adding that Jabbar was an employee of the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KSWB) and had visited India four times for militancy training.
According to FIA details, the suspect is a member of the London Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM-L) and is part of Karachi RAW sleep cells.
According to the FIA, the suspect was involved in the attack on MQM-Haqiqi leader Afaq Ahmed and other political activists and received instructions from India Siddiqui , And went to jail twice.
He allegedly obtained funds from a man named Mehmood Siddiqui through Hawala, and these funds were used for terrorist fundraising and targeted killings.
In recent months, about 12 MQM-L men allegedly related to RAW have been arrested in Karachi.
On July 15, the FIA arrested a suspect for killing a target and participating in a bomb attack in the name of the Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
The attack was carried out by the FIA Anti-Terrorist Wing in Saddar, and they obtained intelligence from suspicious RAW agents who had already been detained.
According to the FIA, the funds were provided to anti-state elements through the secret international network of Hawala/Hundi operators.
In a similar bid, the FIA Anti-Terrorist Wing disrupted another international network of illegal Hawala and Hongdi companies and arrested a suspicious RAW agent in Karachi on July 22.
The suspect, known as Geneid, allegedly funded the country’s enemies through the city’s established Hawala and Hongdi networks. The arrest was carried out during a raid in the Dhoraji area.