Indian police detain 35 Pakistanis in Rajasthan

Jaisalmer—At least 35 Pakistani nationals have been held by Indian police in the desert state of Rajasthan for having incomplete documents, the Indian media reported on Saturday.
The Pakistani nationals, who entered India through the Thar Desert via Munabav, were detained in Ramdevra District of Rajasthan.
The Indian authorities claimed that they have visa for Mathura and Haridwar but not for Ramdevra. The detained men were planning to visit the Baba Ramdev Temple where the Samadhi of Baba Ramdev stands.
It is reported that these people belong to Amarkot, Mirpur Khas and Tharparkar of Sindh province in Pakistan.
The arrests took place a day after Pakistan protested to India after capturing a man of being an Indian spy, sparking a new diplomatic tiff between the neighbours.

The man belonging to India’s Research and Analysis Wing intelligence agency was arrested during a raid in the southwestern province of Balochistan.—Agencies

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