Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mother can get visa to go to Pakistan: Pak media

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Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mother, who is lodged in a Pakistani jail, could get a visa to go to Pakistan. Pakistan media has reported this effect on behalf of the Pakistan Foreign Ministry. It is notable that on this Monday, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj roused the Pakistani Foreign Minister Sartaj Aziz, accusing him of not being able to “maintain courtesy to answer that letter”, in which Sushma had killed Indian citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav, who died in Pakistan. The sentence has been heard, that the mother had requested for a visa. Sushma Swaraj said in one of the nine tales after the other, that she had written ‘personal letter’ to Sartaj Aziz, but “Mr. Aziz did not even perform the simple etiquette of answering my letter.

It is notable that after the ban of Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence in International Court of Justice (ICJ), Pakistan on June 1 said that the Indian citizen will not be hanged until the hearing on all his mercy petitions is completed.

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State Department spokesman Nafis Zakaria released a statement, which he claims is that it is in response to the ‘Junk’ case of some false statements, accusations’ made in the Indian media after the decision of the ICJ on May 18.

Zakaria said that despite the ICJ’s postponement, Jadhav will remain alive till the final petition filed under the authority of his mercy comes in the verdict, in which the army chief in the first leg and later the petition to the Pakistani President Has the right.

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