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Two men were today arrested allegedly for spying for Pakistan in Baap area here, police said.
The accused Deena and Ilamdeen, both aged 55 years, were engaged in spying for Pakistan for some time and were held by the intelligence unit of Rajasthan police, they said.
The accused were under surveillance for some time. They used to pass on information related with the Army through mobile phone, police said.
The accused are being taken to Jaipur for interrogation by intelligence agencies, the police added.
Recently, five persons have been arrested from New Delhi, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir in connection with the alleged ISI-linked espionage racket.
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