Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s workers named Faheem alias Mirchi and Nasir alias Kachi have confessed to getting trained by Indian intelligence agency, reported Thursday.

The two criminals were presented before a court to record their statements.

The political workers confessed to possession of explosives and receiving training from Research and Analysis Wing among other crimes.

According to their statements, Ahmed Saeed alias Saeed Bharam used to provide them with weapons which they used to hide in Nabi Bakhsh’s vacant plot.

The two criminals were booked in cases regarding attacks on Sindh Assembly and secretariat.

Bharam is a target killer who was copped earlier this year and has revealed that dozens of MQM workers were trained by RAW.

In the recent far-reaching revelations, Bharam said that Pak Sarzameen Party’s Anees Qaimkhani had ordered to target Zulfiqar Mirza, former home minister and chief of Mohajir Qaumi Movement-Haqiqi, Afaq Ahmed among other prominent faces.

He also revealed that Sindh Governor, Ishratul Ibad’s brother, Amirul Ibad was bribed using extortion money to have an illegal paint house built in Bahadurabad area.

He further let out names of nine MQM leaders who are allegedly involved in land-grabbing crimes.

Several Indian spys have been caught in the recent past while some networks busted in different parts of the country. Among the apprehended agents included an in-service naval officer, Kulbhushan Jadhav who confessed to his real identity in a video statement released few days after his arrest.

He revealed his tasks that included targeting different projects under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a $46 billion investment by China against which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had expressed his reservations as well during meeting with Xi Jinping in a meeting last year.

Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Maleeha Lodhi had forwarded dossiers containing evidence of Indian interference in Pakistan’s territory to Secretary General Ban Ki-moon last year.

The move was made by the government of Pakistan after India resorted to unprovoked aggression at Line of Control claiming dozens of innocent lives in nearly 1,000 ceasefire violations in 2015.