NEW DELHI: A suspected Pakistani spy, who was staying in the national capital for the last one year to conduct recce of Army installations, has been arrested, the police said on Tuesday.
Forty-three-year-old Shujat Haider, hailing from Lahore, was apprehended from an East Delhi locality on September 14, they said.
He was staying in the locality for the past one year.
Trained in Lahore, his job was to conduct recce of Army installations in Delhi. He had entered India in September last year through Bangladesh, the police said, adding he was staying in Delhi as Mohammad Pervez.
Haider, son of one Mohammad Ali Haider, was produced in a local court on September 15 and was sent to police custody for a week. He will be produced before the court Wednesday, they said.
A senior police official said they will seek further police remand of the accused to throw more light into his activities in the last one year.