Pakistan releases video of Kulbhushan Jadhav 'statement' on mother's visit

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PNS Desk: Pakistan has released another video featuring Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, in which he's heard saying that he saw an Indian diplomat "yelling" at his mother and his wife during their Christmas day visit with him in Islamabad, reported Dawn.


"Why were Indian diplomats yelling at my mother after her meeting with me?" he is seen asking in the video. "During the meeting, it looked like my mother had been beaten and brought here on a plane," he's further heard saying.

The Indian diplomat who accompanied Jadhav's mother and his wife on the visit was Indian deputy high commissioner to Pakistan JP Singh.

Jadhav, who's on death row in Pakistan for alleged espionage, is further heard saying he "saw fear" in his mother's eyes. He's then heard asking India why it is lying about him not working for an intelligence agency, as Pakistan alleges.

"I want to tell India that I am a commissioned officer in the Indian Navy. Why are you lying about my working for an intelligence agency?" is what Jadhav is heard saying in the video.

Pakistan alleges that Jadhav was working for Indian intelligence organisation Research and Analysis Wing when he was arrested allegedly in Balochistan. India asserts that Jadhav was working in a private capacity in Iran when Pakistani operatives abducted him.

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