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Pakistan offers Kulbhushan Jhadav to meet wife

Pakistan offers Kulbhushan Jhadav to meet wife

Kulbhushan Jhadav. – A file photo

November 11, 2017

PESHAWAR, 11 November: Pakistan has offered Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his wife.

The Foreign Office has sent a communique to the Indian High Commission saying that it is willing to allow the wife of Kulbhushan to meet him in Pakistan. The communique made it clear that the offer of the meeting was made purely on humanitarian grounds. The Foreign Office said Pakistan will issue a visa to the wife of Kulbhushan if she wants to visit Pakistan to meet her husband.

Kulbhushan, an agent of the Indian spy agency RAW, was arrested in March last year from Balochistan for involvement in terror planning in Pakistan. Kulbhushan has confessed to his involvement in terror activities in Pakistan in the court.


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