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Pak authorities claim to have arrested Indian 'spy'

Pakistani authorities have claimed that they have arrested an Indian "spy" in a border village in Punjab province.

world Updated: Aug 21, 2010 16:57 IST

Pakistani authorities have claimed that they have arrested an Indian "spy" in a border village in Punjab province.

The alleged spy was identified by the Pakistani officials on Saturday as Banu Das Bhattal, claiming that he had been living in Chohrpura village of Kasur district, 60 km from Lahore. The officials said the paramilitary Pakistan Rangers arrested the alleged spy on Friday. They claimed that he had been living in Chohrpura for several days. He was taken to an undisclosed location for questioning.