India strongly condemns Pak Court’s verdict sentencing Kulbhushan Yadav to death

11 April, New Delhi

India Tuesday strongly condemning Pakistan Court’s verdict sentencing former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Yadav to death asserted the government will do whatever possible to give justice to Jadhav.

Replying to the issue in the Lok Sabha during Question Hour, Home minister Rajnath Singh said the basic norms of Law and Justice have been violated in Jadhav’s case. He said India’s request, basic consular access has been denied to Jadhav several times.

The Home minister said after Pakistan security agencies kidnapped Jadhav, he was presented before media there and shown he was having a valid Indian passport.

Singh wondered if a person was having valid Indian passport, how can he be a spy . The Home minister echoing the sentiments of the entire House said the action of the Pakistan is a sinister design.

Earlier, cutting across party lines all the leaders demanded Kulbhushan should be brought back to country and said Pakistan should be exposed internationally.

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