Saturday Mar 26, 2016
ISLAMABAD: The detained RAW agent Hussain Mubarak Patel aka 'Kul Bhushan Yadav' revealed during interrogation, details about his funding and plans to destabilize Karachi and Balochistan. Bhushan also told investigators about the presence of more operatives present in the southern metropolis.
According to Bhushan, the Indian intelligence Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) maintains presence of its operatives in Balochistan and Karachi as part of its plan to destabilize Pakistan. According to Geo News, the Indian secret service embarked on a mission to destabilize Pakistan in 2013. The Indian agency planned to destabilize Pakistan by strengthening the separatist movement in Balochistan and Karachi.
Documents available with Geo News, the agent’s real name was Kul Bashan Yadav born to Sudhir Yadav in April 16, 1971 at B502, Silver Oak Point, Heera Nandni Garden, Mumbai.
He entered Chahbahar, Iran with a visa stamped on a fake passport numbered L9630722, in 2003. Here he had a new identity: Hussain Mubarak Patel, born in August 30, 1968, from Mahrashtra, India.
From Iran he came to Balochistan. His job was to destabilize Pakistan, by strengthening a separatist movement in Balochistan and Karachi. The mission officially began in 2013.
During interrogation Yadav revealed that at Wad, Balochistan, he was in contact with Haji Baloch, who provided financial and logistic support to Baloch separatists and the IS network in Karachi.
He said that the masterminds of the Safoora Bus Attack, where gunmen shot dead 45 Ismaili passengers, were also in contact with Baloch.
He added that he had met Baloch several times, sometimes for planning sectarian violence in Karachi and the rest of Sindh.
Even though the Indian government has said that Yadev is no longer part of their military, documents available with Geo News state that he is currently an Indian Navy officer with the employee number 41558. He will retire in 2022.
Yadev joined the Indian National Defence Academy in 1987. He was commissioned in the engineering branch in 1991.
He has a wife and two daughters who live with his father Sudhir.