Probe into shoe of Kulbhushan’s wife underway
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The investigation into whether there was chip or camera in the shoe of Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav’s wife, which were confiscated on security grounds, is underway.
Pakistan arranged meeting of Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav with his mother and spouse on humanitarian grounds while according to Foreign Office spokesman , the meeting schedule was finalized between the two countries and Pakistan fulfilling its promise arranged the meeting.
Eying the security concerns, the outfit of Indian spy’s spouse was changed and it was allowed to hold talks in English despite this they tried to talk in mother tongue.
About shoes of Kulbhusan’s wife, the matter was under the supervision of security institutions.
The Foreign Office spokesman said that the Indian terrorist’s wife, Chetankul, had been provided replacement shoes and all her jewellery was returned to her. “She acknowledged that she has got back all her stuff, except the shoe,” the FO spokesman said.
Dr Muhammad Faisal categorically rejected the Indian baseless allegations and twists about the visit of the wife and mother of Commander Jadhav.
The spokesperson said that if Indian concerns were serious, the guests or the Indian Deputy High Commissioner should have raised them during the visit with the media which was readily available.
He said that we do not wish to indulge in a meaningless battle of words and our openness and transparency belies these allegations.
He said that the fact is that Cdr. Jadhav’s mother publicly thanked Pakistan for the humanitarian gesture and this was recorded by the media.
Upon reaching India, mother and spouse of Kulbhushan held meeting with Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Suraj, MJ Akbar, V K Singh and other top officials and briefed them about the meeting.
Indian Foreign Office has leveled charges on Pakistan that it did not fulfill the accord and violated cultural and traditional norms. It said that wife of Kulbhushan was forced to put off Mangal Sootar, bangles and other stuff while her shoes were not given back and were not allowed to talk in mother tongue.