India dismisses the second video of Kulbhushan Jadav
Pakistan yesterday released the second video of ‘Kulbhushan Jadhav’s Confession.’ India dismissing the video claimed that the footage was not authentic. India accused Pakistan of attempting to mislead the International Court of Justice, by releasing a ‘concocted’ video to validate the ‘dubious’ charges imposed by them to Mr. Jadhav.
“Manufactured facts cannot alter reality, and do not detract from the fact that Pakistan is in violation of its international obligation to India and Mr. Jadhav,” statement issued by Ministry Of External Affairs.
They further added that Kulbhushan was convicted by Pakistan’s military court in a fraudulent manner.
They further added that they expect Pakistan to abide by the order of ICJ and desist from attempting to influence the ICJ proceedings through false propoganda.
Inter-Service Public Relation also issued a statement claiming that Kulbhushan has filed his mercy petition before Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa and the military appellate court rejected the petition.
MEA spokesperson Gopal Bagley said, “The lack of transparency and farcical nature of proceedings against Mr. Jadhav on concocted charges.”
He further added, “The details and circumstances of the alleged mercy petition by Mr. Jadhav are not clear and even the fact of its existence is doubtful, shrouded as the proceedings against Mr. Jadhav have been in opacity.”
He also said that the Government has demanded Consular access to Kulbhushan several time but no positive response has come yet.
The video that Pakistan released shows Kulbhushan with several bruises on face and he look weak, India says that the video is another propoganda by Pakistan to mislead the ICJ’s decision. The authenticity of the video cannot be proven till India has a direct conversation with him.
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