Sarabjit came back to India

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  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.


    Of course, without revealing the source to the Hundustan times, it was revealed, ' "Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee,"

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.


    Of course, without revealing the source to the Hundustan times, it was revealed, ' "Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee,"


    It is not true he was not spy of any intelligence agency. Here is my area many time Pakistani captured on border but they are not spy of Pakistani intelligence agency. Indeed in earlier it was very hard to indentify the are of India and Pakistan. So some person entered in Pakistan area and arrested by Pakistani ranger.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.


    Of course, without revealing the source to the Hundustan times, it was revealed, ' "Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee,"


    It is not true he was not spy of any intelligence agency. Here is my area many time Pakistani captured on border but they are not spy of Pakistani intelligence agency. Indeed in earlier it was very hard to indentify the are of India and Pakistan. So some person entered in Pakistan area and arrested by Pakistani ranger.


    Ok. The same thing is happening with Pakistani nationals. who are being caught and arrested as Pakistani spies. This is what I said earlier. Ultimately innocents are languishing in the jails of both countries. Both the countries should find a way to resolve this stalemate.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.


    Of course, without revealing the source to the Hundustan times, it was revealed, ' "Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee,"


    It is not true he was not spy of any intelligence agency. Here is my area many time Pakistani captured on border but they are not spy of Pakistani intelligence agency. Indeed in earlier it was very hard to indentify the are of India and Pakistan. So some person entered in Pakistan area and arrested by Pakistani ranger.


    Ok. The same thing is happening with Pakistani nationals. who are being caught and arrested as Pakistani spies. This is what I said earlier. Ultimately innocents are languishing in the jails of both countries. Both the countries should find a way to resolve this stalemate.


    The only solution is that nobody from own country should be sent for espionage. The best strategy is to to create sources in hostile country. So, the spies working for India in Pakistan should be Pakistani nationals and not Indians. .I recall that a woman diplomat in Indian embassy was spying for Pakistan.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.


    Of course, without revealing the source to the Hundustan times, it was revealed, ' "Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee,"


    It is not true he was not spy of any intelligence agency. Here is my area many time Pakistani captured on border but they are not spy of Pakistani intelligence agency. Indeed in earlier it was very hard to indentify the are of India and Pakistan. So some person entered in Pakistan area and arrested by Pakistani ranger.


    Ok. The same thing is happening with Pakistani nationals. who are being caught and arrested as Pakistani spies. This is what I said earlier. Ultimately innocents are languishing in the jails of both countries. Both the countries should find a way to resolve this stalemate.

    You are right but treatment of India with Pakistani is too much better than Pakistan. I am reading every day news here that Pakistani cross the border and after investigation India push back them to Pakistan.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    There is a revelation that Sarabjit was a spy of R&W. Sarabjit came in limelight because his sister took very active interest. There are many others who are less known but are in Pakistani jails for spying and other activities. The spies are more vulnerable than soldiers who are duly recognized and honored.

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/was-sarabjit-singh-a-r-aw-agent--092427388.html


    It's a pity to know that R &AW is yet to make a policy for paying spies who work for them.


    This is how all intelligence agencies operate. Most of their agents are not on their regular pay roll or on staff. . They are paid from private budget. No intelligence agency- R&AW, ISI, KGB or CIA- will ever accept somebody as their agent. The agents work clandestinely and also paid secretly. If any one takes up an assignment of spying, he must do so accepting the risk involved. spying is not an open honorable job like that of a soldier.


    Of course, without revealing the source to the Hundustan times, it was revealed, ' "Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee,"


    It is not true he was not spy of any intelligence agency. Here is my area many time Pakistani captured on border but they are not spy of Pakistani intelligence agency. Indeed in earlier it was very hard to indentify the are of India and Pakistan. So some person entered in Pakistan area and arrested by Pakistani ranger.


    Ok. The same thing is happening with Pakistani nationals. who are being caught and arrested as Pakistani spies. This is what I said earlier. Ultimately innocents are languishing in the jails of both countries. Both the countries should find a way to resolve this stalemate.

    You are right but treatment of India with Pakistani is too much better than Pakistan. I am reading every day news here that Pakistani cross the border and after investigation India push back them to Pakistan.


    Yes, you are right.. Sanaullah's body, the Pakstani convicted terrorist, who died on Thursday morning at PGIMER Chandigarh was airlifted to Sialkot in Pakistan. This treatment of a Pakistani terrorist is an exemplary act on the part of India. However, India rejected the Pakistan demand of an international probe.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    Whether Sarabjit was a spy will never be revealed, since India would never admit it and Pakistan would claim every Indian caught by them is a spy...I wish there was a treaty between the two countries so that they have an understanding where prisoners from both sides are treated humanely and allowed to mett their relatives occassionally and sent back nce the sentence is over instead of going through this hate and violence policy, causing such a lot of untold miseries to the families ..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    Whether Sarabjit was a spy will never be revealed, since India would never admit it and Pakistan would claim every Indian caught by them is a spy...I wish there was a treaty between the two countries so that they have an understanding where prisoners from both sides are treated humanely and allowed to mett their relatives occassionally and sent back nce the sentence is over instead of going through this hate and violence policy, causing such a lot of untold miseries to the families ..


    Yes. The Tit for Tat and An Eye for an Eye attitude of both the countries has to come to an end. Now at least we have shown the way by airlifting Sanaullah's body to Siallot.

  • Re: Sarabjit came back to India

    by » 7 years ago


    Whether Sarabjit was a spy will never be revealed, since India would never admit it and Pakistan would claim every Indian caught by them is a spy...I wish there was a treaty between the two countries so that they have an understanding where prisoners from both sides are treated humanely and allowed to mett their relatives occassionally and sent back nce the sentence is over instead of going through this hate and violence policy, causing such a lot of untold miseries to the families ..


    Unfortunately Pakistan charged Sarabjit with terrorist killing, which was totally false. For spying, he would not be sentenced to death. It is lawful duty of both countries to treat prisoners well according to law or jail manual and ensure their security. when jail term is over, the prisoners must be released without loss of time.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


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