While New Delhi had specifically asked for an Indian diplomat to be present at the meeting with Jadhav, it is not clear if Pakistan has agreed to this yet.
“With sound political will, there is immense potential to transform the Line of Control into a line of commerce. Such a transformation can act as a driver of peace between India and Pakistan.”
India said it is extraordinary that the state which protected Osama Bin Laden and sheltered Mullah Omar should have the gumption to play the victim.
If only some way could be found to target the BATs specifically, then some kind of a deterrent pressure could be built. As of now, the poor jawans who get killed are merely collateral damage.
India also asked for consular access to Jadhav “for the 16th time”. Pakistan has, so far, refused to accede to the Indian request.
Senior Pakistani official Sartaj Aziz on Friday listed the formal appeal options that Jadhav has under the country’s legal system.
After Pakistan’s law minister raised allegations of human rights abuses in Kashmir, India responded by raking up Pakistan’s record in Balochistan and Sindh.
Pakistan’s DGMO was exhorted to exercise strict control on Pakistani troops to refrain from any “nefarious activities”, a report on the call, said.
Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesperson named eight Indian diplomats who he alleged had been found to be involved in coordinating terrorist and subversive activities in Pakistan.
Since Pakistani media has published the names of Indian officials, India has no choice but to remove the officials from Pakistan.
Alleged Deviations and Bureaucratic Delays: Defence Ministry Reboots Six-Year Attempt at Purchasing Carbines
Over the last three years, the acquisition process has been bogged down by everything the Modi government has vowed to fix in India’s defence industry.
At a time when even Pakistani artists working in India are being made to feel the heat, suspicious pigeons surely cannot be expected to get off lightly.
Recovery in Mumbai, Karachi bourses on Friday indicates the worst may be behind in terms of international business and trade relations.
Mark C. Toner, deputy spokesperson for the US state department said that he also believes both US and India share a similar vision when it comes to cooperation of security.