India hiding its real face by taking Jadhav’s case to ICJ: FO
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria on Thursday said that India has been trying to hide its real face by taking the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav to International Court of Justice.
The spokesman while speaking to the state-owned channel said the real face of the India will be exposed before the world.
He said Indian spy Jadhav had confessed his crimes of sabotage, terrorism and subversion not only once but twice. He further added that the matter was of national security which was beyond the jurisdiction of the ICJ.
“Pakistan will present solid evidence against the Indian spy in the international court,” said the FO spokesman.
Zakaria said that India was responsible for fomenting terrorism in Pakistan. He said that India was trying to divert attention from atrocities in Kashmir with such tactics.