Kulbhushan Jadhav's wife and mother will arrive in Islamabad today to meet the Indian prisoner on death row, the Pakistan Foreign Office has said.
Before FO released pictures of the meeting, the media in the arch-rival state expressed concerns on why Jadhav is not shown during the meeting with wife and mother. Pakistan gave proof of their inhuman nature.
She said "this was just a drama enacted by Pakistan, and the Indian government should treat it like that only".
Jadhav's wife and mother also brought a gift for him, DawnNews reported, which is yet to be handed over to him.
"Pakistan abducted Kulbhushan from Chabahar and took him to Balochistan and made him confess mant thing".
While the masterminds of horrific Mumbai attack are yet to face any kind of justice in Pakistan, Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested and sentenced in less than a year in a closed-door trial by a military court. "There are no evidences against him", he added. Singh was not allowed to talk to Jadhav or listen to the conversation with his family, the foreign ministry spokesman said. The meeting was held at the FO in the federal capital under strict security. The truth is clear, and it will soon be visible to everyone in the world. "This is a shameful act done by the Pakistan government". "It has nothing to do with consular access", he added. Tulshidas Pawar is Jadhav's childhood friend and lives in Mumbai's Parel area. "The meeting was promised for 30 minutes and was extended to 40 minutes after Jhadav requested 10 minutes more, hence we increased it".
"I certainly would not take undue satisfaction from this meeting but nor would I say completely negative things because at least the meeting happened and the family was able to meet him".
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"The mother and wife of Commander Jadhav sitting comfortably in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan".
India asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in May to restrict Pakistan from executing Jadhav, arguing he was denied diplomatic assistance during what it called an "unfair trial".
On December 13, Pakistan submitted its reply to the ICJ, dismissing India's stance in the case of the convicted spy.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan foreign office, in a statement, clarified that Jadhav was not given consular access.
Pakistan and India are bitter regional rivals that have fought three wars since gaining independence from Britain in 1947.
"I crossed from Iran to Pakistan about two years back while working with RAW".
India and Iran maintain that Jadhav was kidnapped from Iran where he had business interests after retiring from the Indian Navy.
The ICJ stayed the hanging on May 18, after India approached it against the death sentence.