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Deeptiman Tiwary | TNN | New Delhi | Sep 15, 2014:: The arrest of a third Sri Lankan spying on India on behalf of Pakistan in less than 10 months has got intelligence agencies to train their focus back on growing radicalization among Tamil-speaking Muslims in eastern Sri Lanka where Pakistan has been fishing for a long time. Although the latest Pakistani spy in the Indian net, Arun Selvarajan, is a Colombo-based Tamil Hindu, two others arrested since April are Tamil-speaking Muslims belonging to eastern Sri Lanka.
In April, Intelligence Bureau arrested Sri Lankan national Sakir Hussain in Chennai who revealed a Pakistani conspiracy to attack US and Israeli consulates in Chennai with help from two Maldivian nationals. A month later, his associate Mohammed Sulaiman, another Sri Lankan, was arrested in Malaysia on similar charges. Both, like Selvarajan and Chennai-born Pakistani spy Thameem Ansari (arrested in 2012), were recruited by Pakistani diplomat Amir Zubair Siddiqui in Colombo.
Intelligence sources say, there is information that not only is ISI regularly recruiting youth from this troubled region of Sri Lanka for espionage and covert operations against India but even LeT has set up a base and now wields some sort of influence in the region.
Ajai Sahni of Institute for Conflict Management, however, says the situation is as yet not as alarming for India vis-a-vis Sri Lanka as it is in context of Maldives. “It is in Maldives where Pakistan has been most successful and that’s where the real threat lies. In Sri Lanka, though there has been radicalization since the 1980s, men from the region are being used for small spying activity and help in reconnaissance. It is definitely one extra tool in Pakistan’s terror box, but of limited value,” said Sahni.
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