The Indian Spy Agency, RAW (Research & Analysis Wing), is as frequently talked about in Pakistan as ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) is discussed in India. People of both the countries think and believe that the only purpose of these agencies is to sabotage their neighboring countries’ goodwill.
In a fresh new update, as per one senior Pakistani journalist, Indian agency RAW is trying out a new tactic of espionage in Pakistan, where the Pakistani youth itself will play part in the sabotage of their country.
Allegedly, RAW is creating a new program which will involve young and beautiful Indian women, around 10,000 of them, to subdue Pakistani youth through their beauty and love on different social media websites. These accounts on social media will be run by these women who would be under the directive of the Indian intelligence agency.
Accounts with names such as: Payal Patel, Pinky Kumar, Rekha Singh, Angel Chandni, Priya Singh, Saman Sera, Reshma Parveen, Kavita Singh, Pooja, Neetu Kumari, Neesha Kumari, Patel Sheetal, Suneeta Kumar, Sangeetha Waghani, Sonu Sunami, Reetu Sharma and others will be used to contact Pakistanis on Facebook and Twitter. These accounts will then do anything in-and-out of limitations to forcefully make Pakistani men fall for them.
They would be so professional in the execution of their plan, that they would force these men to come to India and start working for Indian intelligence. Even if they do not end up working for RAW against Pakistan, they would be exploited through the information they provide to the women.
As per Daily Pakistan, a similar tactic was used by the Russian intelligence agency KGB in the 70s and 80s, where they formed a cortege of 10,000 women who were trained and sent to Afghanistan to work as Russian spies, providing detailed information to KGB.
Even though this alleged plan seems like propaganda more than reality, in today’s world, between India and Pakistan, literally anything is possible. Thus, all Pakistani men must try and avoid any contact with Indians on social media — as this trick would now be under the FIA and other agencies’ radar.