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Friday, 12 September 2014 - 11:29
Update : The spy arrested in India is an LTTE activist
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Sri Lankan national Arun Selvarajan, arrested by National intelligence agency on Wednesday for spying in India on behalf of Pakistan's ISI, has turned out to be an LTTE man.

A Lankan Tamil, Selvarajan is wanted in Sri Lanka for providing logistical support to LTTE cadres.

There is a lookout notice pending against him.

His interrogation has revealed that he was a far bigger asset for ISI than the myriad spies it recruits routinely.

He was not just conducting espionage but was also helping the agency prepare for possible terror attacks.

Sources said he had even conducted investigations of the Kalapakkam nuclear plant site in Tamil Nadu and enrolled in an aviation academy in India and his study was funded by ISI.

Meanwhile, Pakistan rejected a report that India had arrested a Sri Lankan on the charge of spying on behalf of Pakistani intelligence agencies, saying this may be a "recycling" of some old incident.

Update : Friday, 12 September 2014 - 13:11
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ISI spy arrested in Chennai also an LTTE cadre

Sri Lankan national Arun Selvarajan, arrested by National intelligence agency on Wednesday for spying in India on behalf of Pakistan's ISI, has turned out to be an LTTE man.

A Lankan Tamil, Selvarajan is wanted in Sri Lanka for providing logistical support to LTTE cadres.

There is a lookout notice pending against him.

His interrogation has revealed that he was a far bigger asset for ISI than the myriad spies it recruits routinely.

He was not just conducting espionage but was also helping the agency prepare for possible terror attacks.

Sources said he had even conducted investigations of the Kalapakkam nuclear plant site in Tamil Nadu and enrolled in an aviation academy in India and his study was funded by ISI.

Meanwhile, Pakistan rejected a report that India had arrested a Sri Lankan on the charge of spying on behalf of Pakistani intelligence agencies, saying this may be a "recycling" of some old incident.
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