Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav turns out to be blood relative of Indian NSA Ajit Doval
ISLAMABAD – Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is on death row in Pakistan for spying, is a blood relative of Indian National Security Adviser (NSA) Ajit Kumar Doval.
The Indian terrorist, who was arrested on March 3, 2016, joined Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) in 2001 after the Indian parliament attack.
He belonged to a family of police officers. Kulbhushan’s father was an Indian police commissioner, while his uncle was an in charge of Mumbai police station.
Kulbhushan joined Indian Navy in 1990 and decided to join RAW in 2001 following the attack on Indian parliament.
Now Indian National Security Adviser, Ajit Kumar Doval was at that time head of the country’s Intelligence Bureau, who sent Jadhav to Balochistan Wing, where he was trained for two years.
The Indian terrorist learned Balochi and Persian language during his training and move to Iranian city Chahbahar after getting his passport with the name Hussein Mubarak Patel.
To hide the activities of Kulbhushan Jadhav from Iran, India formed a cargo company and gave it the task of targeting Gwadar and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.
Jadhav visited Karachi in 2004 and 2005 and made contacts. The Indian government issued Rs41 billion to the spy who distributed the money among the groups to spread violence in Karachi.
The Indian terrorist was arrested on March 2016 from Chaman. After his arrest Kulbhushan contacted 13 RAW officials. Four hundred suspects were arrested on the identification of Kulbhushan Jadhav during the operations carried out across the country.