Pakistan allows Kulbhushan to meet wife, mother


Kulbhushan Yadav-— File photo

Pakistan expressed its readiness to arrange a meeting of detained Indian spy, Kulbhushan Jadhav, with his mother and wife.

Pakistan says Indian attempts to convince the international community of its version of counter terrorism have failed miserably.

In his weekly news conference in Islamabad, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said India’s desperate attempts to obfuscate the facts by trying to camouflage its crimes against humanity as counter-terrorism efforts are fully exposed to the world.

Referring to the unanimous passing of a Pakistan-sponsored resolution by the committee of the UN General Assembly, the Spokesperson said the resolution about the right to self-determination for peoples subject to foreign occupation is a testimony to the fact that on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, India stands isolated.

Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan has expressed its readiness for visit of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav`s mother and wife to meet him.

He said a diplomat from India High Commission in Islamabad will be present in the meeting to be held in Islamabad this month.

The Spokesperson said Pakistan has always favored dialogue and negotiations for resolution of disputes.