Islamabad : Iran has responded to a letter written by Pakistan’s Interior Ministry seeking investigation into the alleged activities of Indian intelligence agency RAW in Tehran.
The response was reportedly handed over to Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan by Iranian Ambassador Mehdi Hunerdoost, who called on him here on Wednesday, Dawn reports.
Reports suggest that progress in expansion of cooperation in a number of areas, including security, was reviewed and stock of the situation prevailing in the region were also discussed during the meeting.
Making it clear that no third country could influence relations between Pakistan and Iran, Nisar stressed the need for strengthening border monitoring and timely exchange of information between the two countries.
In the letter, Islamabad has asked the Iranian Government to investigate and share details of alleged Indian spy Kulbushan Jadhav’s activities in Iran, along with those of his colleague allegedly identified as RAW Sub-Inspector Rakesh alias Rizwan.
Pakistan also asked Iran to immediately arrest and hand over Rakesh for interrogation. (ANI)