Visa application of Yadhav’s mother being reviewed: Pakistan

Indian Spy, Kalbushan Yadav

By Muhammad Luqman
Pakistan is reviewing the visa application of the mother of Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadhav, sentenced to death by a military court, says Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakariya.
India had requested Pakistan to allow Avantika Jadhav to meet her son.
During the weekly Foreign Office briefing in Islamabad on Thursday , the spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said , “The request by India is being considered in Pakistan. As you know Commander Jhadev, a serving naval Indian officer is involved in multiple acts of espionage, subversive activities, terrorism and terrorism financing in Pakistan,”.
Spokesman said that Yadhav had been sentenced to death and investigations were still progress.
He regretted that India was imposing “conditions” for the approval of medical visas of Pakistani patients seeking medical treatment .
“It is highly regrettable that India has placed such restrictions on visas for patients who are suffering from serious and terminal illnesses. Asking for a letter from the Foreign affairs Adviser is against the diplomatic norms. Such a requirement has not been prescribed for any other country. We are making suitable alternative arrangements, both within Pakistan as well as in friendly countries.”


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