India puts all bilateral talks with Pakistan on hold over Kulbhushan Jadhav: Indian media


The Indian government chose to put every two-sided converse with Pakistan on hold over capital punishment to Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian media revealed Saturday.

Talks between the DGs of the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency and Indian Coast Guard, which were booked to begin on April 17, were put off.

“Deferment of talks has been passed on to the Pakistani side. No new dates chose so far,” an administration source told CNN-News18.

As indicated by Indian media outlet CNN-News18’s sources, water secretary level talks are likewise on hold as India did not convey acknowledgment of dates proposed by the Pakistan side. Pakistan proposed talks in April-end.

“Pakistan’s demeanor towards Jadhav is condemnable. Consular get to was denied to the India High Commission which is an infringement of human rights. We will attempt to serve equity to Jadhav. We will raise this on a universal gathering and examine with pioneers of different countries,” said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer Ram Madhav.

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