Pak ignored “basic norms of law and justice” in sentencing Jadhav: Rajnath

Pakistan Jadhav, Rajnath
Photo of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh today stated that India will do everything necessary to make sure that justice is given to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been sentenced to death in Pakistan.

Rajnath Singh in Loh Sabha stated: “We condemn this act of Pakistan. I would like to assure the house that whatever needs to be done to provide justice to Jadhav, we will do.”

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Singh said that Pakistan ignored “basic norms of law and justice” in sentencing Jadhav. According to Singh, Jadhav was kidnapped from Tehran and cannot be a spy as claimed by Pakistan.

“Jadhav was produced as an Indian spy in front of the Pakistani media,” Singh said.

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“Pakistan has said a valid Indian passport has been found from Jadhav. If he was having a valid passport, how can he be a spy? This question does not arise,” the minister said.