Pakistan AG to take parliament into confidence in Jadhav case

Earlier, former German Ambassador in Pakistan Gunter Mulack had also said that Jadhav was kidnapped in Iran by Taliban and then sold to ISI.

Jadhav has been awarded death sentence by a military court in Pakistan for "sponsoring terrorism and waging war" against Islamabad.

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In an article published on the India Today website, the publication claimed that "an ex-ISI official has admitted that Kulbhushan Jadhav was captured in Iran".

According to the former general, "They (Indian Army) do such disgraceful things and don't understand that these tactics won't help them", adding that the unedited versions of his interviews with the Pakistani media were readily available on the internet which establish only one thing that he, time and again, had said that Jadhav was apprehended inside Pakistan.

The request was made in view of the coming elections for ICJ judges, scheduled to be held in November, it quoted the sources as saying.

Instead, all these segments including the Indian literati and intelligentsia some segments of which media had once earned the reputation of exposing the lies relied upon by the oppressor forces and authoritarian state setups, are now sparing no moments to jointly build up anti-Pakistan propaganda and psy war in such a manner that the lies too start appearing to be truth as in the case of RAW agent Kulbushan Jadhav.

Pakistan's Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf Ali is expected to attend the ICJ proceedings. It is believed that the ICJ might resume the hearing of the case in October, the daily quoted sources, as saying.

India has taken Pakistan to the ICJ, accusing Pakistan of not allowing India consular access to Jadhav.

Pakistan Bar Council's (PBC) executive member Raheel Kamran Sheikh expressed concern over Pakistan's dismal success rate in global arbitration at just two per cent.

Pakistan has asked the ICJ for an early hearing in the case, PTI reported on Tuesday citing a Pakistani media report.

"We are in no hurry to execute him (Jadhav) as he is making more disclosures", he claimed.

India termed that the confession of Jadhav was forcibly taken by the military while in captivity and he was tried by a military court in Pakistan. The two countries last faced off at the ICJ 18 years ago when Islamabad sought its intervention over the shooting down of its naval aircraft.


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