RAW sent Jadhav to carry out terrorist activities in Pakistan: FO
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria has on Sunday said that Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) had sent Kalbhushan Jadhav to carry out terrorist activities in Pakistan.
In a statement in Islamabad on Sunday, he said that as for the Indian attempt to equate Commander Jhadav’s case with civilian prisoners and fishermen is a travesty of logic.
The spokesman said that Pakistan has ensured effective implementation of the bilateral consular agreement with India, adding that Pakistan remains committed to the implementation of the 2008 Agreement on Consular access with India.
Zakaria went on to say that five Indian nationals after completing their sentences were repatriated last month. In contrast, 20 Pakistani civilian prisoners who have completed their sentences still await repatriation, while consular access to 107 Pakistani fishermen and 85 civilian Pakistani prisoners is also pending.
“Indian humanitarian claims appear contrary to reality in view of the impossible conditionalities imposed for medical visas for Pakistani patients,” the spokesperson said.
He said: “Pakistan has implemented the bilateral consular agreement in letter and spirit and expects India to reciprocate through action rather than rhetoric.”