Kulbhushan Jadhav: Pakistan prepares fresh dossier, will submit it to United Nations

The new dossier reportedly consists of information from Jadhav's 'confessional' video and his statements during the court trial.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 16, 2017 9:54 pm
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Amid the growing international criticism over the death sentence awarded by a Pakistani military court to former Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav on charges of alleged ‘spying’, Pakistan has reportedly prepared a fresh dossier containing evidence of his alleged involvement in espionage activities in Karachi and Balochistan.  The report will be submitted to the United Nations, news agency ANI reported.

The new dossier consists of information from Jadhav’s ‘confessional’ video and his statements during the court trial, according to Pakistani media. It also contains the timeline of Jadhav’s alleged militant activities in the country and details of court proceedings along with an attested report of Court Martial General.

Indian High Commissioner to Karachi Gautam Bambawae on Friday had asked Pakistan to provide a copy of the chargesheet and the judgment. India also tried to gain consular access to Jadhav, but were repeatedly denied access by Pakistan. Speaking to news agency IANS, UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric recently had said that the organisation is not in a position to weigh in on the issue at the moment. “We are not in a position to judge the process to have a position on this particular case,” Dujarric had said.

According to a copy of the classified dossier obtained by The Indian Express, there was no evidence that the Karachi-based criminal network, which was alleged to have links with Jadhav, was providing arms to Baloch insurgents. According to the dossier, the leaders of the network were “involved in espionage activities, by providing secret information/sketches regarding Army installations and officials to foreign agents”– but primarily for Iran, not India.

Jadhav, 46, was arrested in Balochistan by Pakistan officials on March 2016 for allegedly trying to enter Pakistan. India confirmed that Jadhav worked as a naval officer but denied that he had any intelligence links with the government. India has strongly reacted against the judgment by a Pakistani military court and said that if the country carries out his execution then it will be treated as a “premeditated murder”.

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    Ty Ray
    Apr 17, 2017 at 2:29 am
    Hindustan is rightly described as "a boy who quietly releases the rotting flatulence in the cl and names other boys". No description could be any better for a country sponsoring and spreading terrorism in the region and naming other countries.
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      Apr 17, 2017 at 2:01 am
      Part V: stan-India relations: From 1984 till 2004, the Sundarji Doctrine aimed at ‘penetrating deep into stani territory’ through ‘sledgehammer blows’ with the goal of ‘cutting stan into two”. After the failure of the Sundarji Doctrine, Indian generals came up with ‘Cold Start’ that aimed at invading stan for ‘shallow gains’. After the failure of the Cold Start, the Modi-Doval Doctrine now finances the activities of the Balochistan Liberation Army, the Balochistan Republican Army, the TTP and the LeJ. India wants a puppet regime in stan. India wants a subservient stan. India wants a stan that is dependent on India.
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        Ty Ray
        Apr 17, 2017 at 1:58 am
        Part IV: Nepal-India relations: The Maoist insurgents of Nepal are said to have ‘multiple links with India’. There’s do entary evidence that “some ex-servicemen from the Indian Army and the ex-Gorkha soldiers trained the Maoist Peoples’ Liberation Army (PLA)”. Nepal’s opposition parties continue to accuse India of “meddling in Nepal’s internal affairs”. In 2001, King Birendra, Queen Aishwarya and eight other members of Nepal’s royal family were killed. Pushpa Prachanda, the chairperson of the Nepalese Maoist Party, claimed that the killings were “planned by India’s intelligence agency RAW”. India only tolerates a puppet regime in Nepal. In 1962, India’s Indo-Tibetan Border Police took administrative control of Kalapnai which is claimed by Nepal. India also has a dispute over Susta, an area that’s around 35,000 acres. India wants a subservient Nepal.
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          Apr 17, 2017 at 1:56 am
          Part III Bhutan-India relations: India only tolerates a puppet regime in Bhutan. In 1975, India deplo 100,000 troops in Sikkim and then annexed it as the 22nd state of the Indian Union. China-India relations: RAW continues to finance the East Turkestan independence movement, the separatists in Xinjang. RAW has also facilitated a triangular partnership among the East Turkestan independence movement, the Islamic movement of Uzbekistan and the Tehreek-e-Taliban stan. India also has four major territorial disputes with China: Arunachal Pradesh and Tawang district are both controlled by India but claimed by China and Aksai Chin and Shaksgam Valley are both controlled by China but claimed by India.
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            Apr 17, 2017 at 1:54 am
            Part II India and Bangladesh share 54 rivers and Bangladesh accuses India for conducting ‘water terrorism’ by diverting water from River Ganges to Calcutta through the Farakka Barrage. Bangladesh claims “that it does not receive a fair share of the Ganges waters during the drier seasons and gets flooded during the monsoons when India releases excess waters”. India’s Border Security Force (BSF) is under ‘shoot-to-kill’ orders for all Bangladeshi citizens along the Indo-Bangladesh border (according to Human Rights Watch, the BSF has killed nearly 1,000 Bangladeshis between 2001 and 2011). Indo-Bangladesh border disputes have a 44-year history. In April 2001, the Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB), a paramilitary force, and India’s BSF clashed again – the worst since 1971. India disputes the Bay of Bengal Maritime Boundary and there have been major disputes on the enclaves.
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