India detains 35 Pakistanis in Rajasthan state

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JAIPUR: Indian authorities have held 35 Pakistani nationals including women and children in Rajasthan state for ‘having incomplete documents’.

According to the reports in Indian media, the Pakistani Hindus, who entered India through the Thar Desert via Munabav, have visa for Mathura and Haridwar, but they visited Ramdevra.

The apprehended persons belong to Umerkot, Mirpur Khas and Tharparkar of Sindh province.

Pakistani High Commission said they are obtaining details of detained Pakistani nationals.

The detention comes two days after Pakistan’s security forces arrested an officer of Indian spy agency RAW in Balochistan.

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