ISLAMABAD: Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan on Wednesday called on Prime Minister Imran Khan to apprise him about Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case proceedings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

The meeting that took place at the PM House discussed various legal issues The AG also briefed Premier Imran Khan about the latest hearing of Jadhav’s case at the ICJ.

Last month, Pakistan’s Counsel Khawar Qureshi in his arguments before the ICJ in Kulbhushan case had said Jadhav is an Indian spy, who was caught in 2016 over espionage in Pakistan.

Saying that, a decision regarding Kulbhushan’s nationality has not yet been made, Qureshi said, “India did not state whether he is Kulbushan Jadhav or Hussain Mubarak Patel.”

The Pakistani counsel relayed that how can India demand consular access when it failed in confirming Jadhav’s nationality?” he asked.

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“Kulbhushan is a spy and Vienna Convention does not apply to him,” he said.

India’s spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) began to destabilise Balochistan when [Narendra] Modi came into power, he continued.

The Attorney General Anwar Mansoor Khan had said that Kulbhushan, a serving Indian Navy officer was involved in carrying out terror activities to destabilise Pakistan.

“Jadhav confessed his involvement in terror activities and espionage within Pakistan,” he said.

He said Kulbhushan Jadhav arrest is clear evidence of India’s involvement in distributing peace of its neighbouring countries.

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