Pakistan High Commissioner questions role of Indian government behind Kulbhushan Jhadav

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Pakistan High Commissioner questions role of Indian government behind Kulbhushan Jhadav

Pakistan has sufficient evidence of espionage and sabotage activities in Balochistan and Karachi against Indian agent Kulbhushan Jadhav   .  

This was stated by High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit in an interview with a Indian TV Channel on Thursday night.     

Abdul Basit said Pakistan has shared the evidence with Indian government as well. He said Kulbhushan has been given a fair trial and assured that he will be given the right to appeal or seek mercy.      

The High Commissioner to India said the Indian National has been visiting Pakistan since 2003 using an original Indian passport but with a fake name.      

The High Commissioner said the charges against Jadhav were such that he could not be tried in a civil court.