Pakistan rejects India’s false and misleading claims in Clubbhushan magic case: FO

Indian spy Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav. Image: File

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Foreign Office on Friday categorically rejected India’s erroneous and misleading claims regarding legal action in the case of its spy Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav.

The day before, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) had claimed that Pakistan was trying to link the Jadhao case to another Indian prisoner, Muhammad Ismail, who is currently being held in Pakistan.

The Government of India is reminded that following the decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), Pakistan had invited the Indian High Commission to meet Commander Jadhav and appoint a lawyer on his behalf so that Commander Jadhav The statement said that the sentence could be initiated.

And when Pakistan offered, India refused, saying the move would be tantamount to an amnesty for India’s sovereignty.

“As a result, the government of Pakistan was forced to initiate proceedings for the appointment of a state counsel for Commander Jadhav.”

According to the statement, during the proceedings, the Attorney General of Pakistan referred to the case of Muhammad Ismail, an Indian national detained in Pakistan, where the Indian High Commission had directed Mr Noon to appoint his lawyer. This reference was made only to show the difference in the Indian position.

“Contrary to the MEA’s false statement, no attempt has been made to link Commander Jadhav’s case to another Indian prisoner, Ismail. The two cases are separate and distinct. The purpose was “contradiction and contradiction in Indian status,” according to a statement.

The FO once again urged the Indian government to refrain from its usual “distorted and complex measures and instead take practical steps so that legal action can be taken legally and full effect on the ICJ’s decision.” Can be given. “

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