Friday, 14 April 2017

India Intensifies Efforts to Save Son of Soil Kulbhushan

The Indian government has hastened efforts to save Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a military court on the charge of espionage in Pakistan. In this regard, Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale in Pakistan has met Pakistani Foreign Secretary Tahmina Jangua and the High Commission officials have asked for permission once again to meet Kulbhushan Jadhav.


During this time, Bambalese has sought a copy of the chargesheet filed against Kulbhushan and the Pakistani military court's judgment from Janjua. The Indian government is preparing to appeal against Jadhav's death sentence and for this, he is also studying the laws of Pakistan Army.

On the demand of Indian High Commission officials to meet Jadhav, the Pakistani Foreign Secretary said that this is a case of espionage and therefore they cannot be allowed to meet Jadhav. However, the Indian High Commissioner said that as under international laws, he can meet Mr Jadhav.

In this regard, Sarataz Azeez, adviser to the Pakistani Prime Minister of Foreign Affairs, alleged that Jadhav had two passports in the name of one Hindu and one Muslim. He asked that if he is innocent then how can he get two passports ... At the same time, Aziz said that there is a time of 4 months for Jadhav's appeal against the punishment awarded to him.


Rejected requests multiple times
The Indian government has given 14 times the permission for Jadhav since March last year. But Pakistan has rejected this request every time. According to the Vienna Treaty, if a citizen of any country is arrested abroad, then he has the right to meet the officials of his embassy.

Preparation of legal war
In the meantime, the Modi government is also considering legal options to save Kulbhushan Jadhav. Petition for this can be filed in the Military Tribunal. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said that the government will go to any extent to save Jadhav.


Where is Jadhav?


The Indian Foreign Ministry says that they have not been given any information about the location or condition of Kulbhushan Yadav. The information about prosecuting the Army in the Army of Kulbhushan was not given to India. At the same time, the Lahore High Court Bar Association has announced that if any lawyer advocates for Jadhav, action will be taken against him.
                                          ----Rajesh Jha

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