Jadhav was innocent of charges hurled at him: India

Photo of the Indian spy who was sentenced to death in Pakistan, Kulbhushan Jadhav.

New Delhi: The Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav who was sentenced to death in Pakistan was innocent of the charges hurled at him, stated India.




According to the information given by the External Affairs Ministry, New Delhi was not aware where Kulbhushan Jadhav was held and the condition he was in due to Islamabad’s refusal to provide consular access to him.




While talking to the media, Spokesperson Gopal Baglay went on to say: “We have no information and the Pakistan government has also not shared with us his location and how and where he is held and what his condition is.”




He reiterated that there was no credibility to Jadhav’s secret military trial and described as “baseless” the charges of espionage and waging war against Islamabad levelled against him.




He said India was engaged in efforts to bring back Jadhav but added that he would not like to speculate on the steps being taken, including who all New Delhi may talk to.




The spokesman said he had no information about the alleged abduction of a retired Pakistani military officer in Nepal.