2 Pakistanis arrested in India with Afghan passports
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Ministry of Interior (MoI) on Thursday said it was investigating the arrest of two Pakistani citizens who traveled to India using Afghan passports.
MoI spokesman Sediq Sedidqui told reporters here that Indian security officials had arrested two Pakistani citizens who entered New Delhi from Kabul with Afghan passports.
Reports quoted Indian security officials as saying the two Pakistanis who arrived in India under the pretext of medical treatment had the intention to carry out terrorist attacks in different parts of the Indian capital.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabani told the Wolesi Jirga that some foreigners used Afghan passports and therefore the Indian Embassy revised formalities to give visas to Afghan citizens.
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