Bihar police has stepped up its investigations into the alleged links Sudhanshu Sudhakar, dismissed army soldier suspected to be spying for Pakistan, had with an ISI module member in Kathmandu identified as Rana and LeT operative David Coleman Headley.
"We have brought within the ambit of our investigations alleged links of Sudhakar with Rana... We have to find out exactly who is this Rana and his much talked about links with Headley," state DGP Anand Shankar said here today.
"We have further stepped up the probe after we came to know about Rana's links with Headley", he said, adding it was yet to be established whether Sudhakar had any contact with a man called Rana.
Sudhakar had been caught redhanded with secret documents about deployment of Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir and Secunderabad besides, information about missiles which he was planning to hand over to a contact in Kathmandu.
He was arrested during a raid in Kankarbagh here on September 22 on a tip off by the Intelligence Bureau.