On Monday, Pakistan released out their decision of “hang till death” for Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian who spied and mending violence in Balochistan. This decision has shaken the Indian authorities and they warned that it will be called a “premeditated murder”.
The Pakistani high commissioner Abdul Bashit has been summoned by India. They not only called this step a non-required move and “farcical” but also halted the release of many Pakistani detainees.
Earlier also Pakistan hanged an Indian named Sheikh Shamim for spying in the year 1999. Many others also succumbed to death for similar charges.
Surprisingly, Over the course of years, several Pakistani spies got arrested in India but not any of them received such harsh punishment costing their lives.
During last year, in the month of March, Jadhav got arrested in Balochistan and had serious charges of conducting a research and being a Research and Analysis Wing agent who was fueled the Baloch separatist movement. He even tried to wreck the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. India clearly didn’t give consent to any such charges.
Inter-Services Public Relations (A Pakistani military publicity wing) stated that, Jadhav have been called guilty for executing war against their nation.
ISPR mentioned, “The spy was tried through field general court martial under the Pakistan army act and awarded the death sentence. Today chief of army staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa confirmed his death sentence awarded by FGCM”.
From many years in row, there have been sour relations among neighbor countries accompanied with militant strikes. Often, Nerw Delhi charges blames in Pakistan based groups.
During last December, Sartaj Aziz, the Pakistan’s foreign policy adviser mentioned to the upper house of Parliament that “dossier on Jadhav contained mere statements”. Also, he did not have evidences which could conclude anything.
One another such case is about Ravindra Kaushik who succumbed to death in jail in the year 2001.