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Jadhav’s mother thanks Pakistan govt for allowing meeting with son

ISLAMABAD: After Pakistan’s ‘grand gesture’ to allow Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav ’s meeting with couple of his family members, mother of the convicted Indian commander has thanked the government of Pakistan for permitting the meeting. The interaction started around 2:18 pm on Monday with Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Mohamed Faisal tweeting images showing Jadhav speaking to his mother and wife in a specially prepared room. Singh was seen watching the reunion from a distance. Foreign Office director (India…

Pakistan preparing case to prosecute Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav

ISLAMABAD: Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Friday informed the Senate that a case is being prepared to prosecute Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav, who was arrested from Balochistan in March last year. Yadav will not be handed over to India, he told the Upper House in response to a query during Question Hour. “We have prepared an FIR and a case in the process of registration to prosecute Indian state actor for involvement in subversive and terrorist activities in Pakistan.” Mr. Aziz said…

Pakistan ready to give dossier on Indian interference to UN

ISLAMABAD: A dossier on captured Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav and evidence of Indian involvement, for promoting unrest in Pakistan, would be handed over to the United Nations by Dr Maleeha Lodhi Pakistan’s permanent representative at the UN headquarters in New York. Officials confirmed on Friday that Dr Lodhi would hand over the dossier to the incoming UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in the second week of January after he assumes his office next year. The dossier included a statement of Yadav and evidence of…

Pakistan briefs P-5, EU on RAW agent issue

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has briefed the P-5 and the European Union about the arrest of an on-duty officer of Indian covert agency RAW from Balochistan and his involvement in subversive activities inside Pakistan, said the Foreign Office (FO) on Thursday.