Pak to present evidence against Jadhav before UN


Sophia Siddiqui

Islamabad—Pakistan has collected necessary documentary evidence against Indian Spy Kulbushan Jadahv, arrested from Balochistan in March earlier this year and decided to present the same before the United Nations.
According to sources, Indian subversive activities within Pakistan are an open secret now and especially in the wake of launching of China Pakistan Economic Corridor project. India has accelerated its efforts to sabotage this important project. Given the information collected from Jadhav as well as the investigation carried out by the security forces, Pakistan will forcefully present its case at the United Nations against the Indian interference especially in Balochistan, Karachi and FATA.
The Foreign Office has taken ambassadors of foreign countries into confidence on the matter.
Just last year, Pakistan had handed dossiers to the UN Chief Ban Ki Moon containing evidence of Indian involvement in terrorism and fomenting instability in the country.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has again turned down India’s request seeking consular access to detained Indian spy Kulbushan Jadhav. “After due consideration, it has been decided not to grant consular access to Jadhav,” sources said.
The Indian External Affairs Ministry had accepted that the arrested man formerly worked for Indian Navy and said its high commission in Islamabad was seeking consular access to him.
Yadav was directly handled by the RAW chief, the Indian National Security Adviser and the RAW joint secretary.

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