Parliament members across all parties have joined the hands in Lok Sabha today to teach a lessons to Pakistan on Kulbhushan Jhadhav case. They all agreed that India should go “out of the way” and do whatever possible to ensure that justice is given to Jadhav who is innocent and has nothing to do with spying.
Sushma Swaraj, the MEA of India, warned Pakistan in clear words that Islamabad will face consequences if Jadhav is given death penalty. She also said that it will impact our bilateral relations as well.
Mr. Kulbhushan Jhadhav is an Indian which is claimed to be caught by Pakistan while spying and awarded death sentence by Pakistan Military Court. However, Sushma Swaraj has cleared that Mr. Jadhav is an innocent Indian and he has nothing to do with spying.
Sushma Swaraj further said, Mr. Kulbhushan Jadhav is former Navy officer and was engaged in legitimate business in Iran when he was abducted and taken to Pakistan. She has also Pakistan to show if they have any proof against Jadhav that he was spying on Pakistan.
She added, if Pakistan carried out Jadhav’s death sentence then India will treat this as an act of premeditated murder".
Posted On : 12-Apr-2017