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MHA unearths PLA-run hawala ring, arrested Chinese agents were getting help from Pakistan’s ISI spy networks

By Times Now

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has unearthed Rs 1000 crore hawala ring run by China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in India. According to a report by Times Now, the arrested Chinese agents were getting help from existing entrenched Pakistani spy ring to establish their networks in India.

This development comes after the Delhi Police arrested Luo Sang, alias Charlie Peng, who is suspected to be an agent of the Chinese intelligence service, the Ministry of State Security (MSS) In August.

Arrested Chinese agents were getting help from Pak spy networks
The crackdown on a multi-billion hawala racket operating in Delhi-NCR revealed that Luo Sang had created fake Indian identity of Charlie Peng through forged Aadhaar cards and travel documents. He was earlier arrested by Delhi Police on charges of espionage in 2018.

Sang was first sent to Nepal where he was trained in money exchange, hawala operations and accounts after which he arrived in India.

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