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Indian spy thanks Pakistan for arranging meeting with family

ISLAMABAD: A fresh recorded statement of Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was convicted by a Pakistani military court for being an agent of Indian spy agency RAW, was released by the Foreign Office on Thursday, in which he rejected Indian allegations against Pakistan over his December 25 meeting with his mother and wife.
In a video, released by Foreign Office, the Indian spy thanked Pakistan for its gesture and said he felt that his mother and wife were scared during the meeting.
He also said an Indian diplomat was shouting at his mother. He said he saw fear in the eyes of his mother during the meeting.
Jadhav said he wanted to tell people of India that he was Commissioned Officer of the Indian Navy. He said as to why India was dismissing that he was an operative of an intelligence agency.
On December 26, India denounced Pakistan for its alleged handling of the visit of the wife and mother of the Indian spy on death row, saying they were harassed and prevented from talking to the prisoner freely.
Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav was arrested in March 2016 in Balochistan, and convicted of planning espionage and sabotage.

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