After Pakistan’s deadline: India gives details of Jadhav’s family visit

Lahore –  India has informed Pakistan that the mother and wife of convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav will arrive in Pakistan on December 25 to meet with him.

The two women will arrive through a commercial flight and leave the country the same day after the meeting, the Foreign Office said on Saturday.

Indian deputy high commissioner in Islamabad will accompany the duo during the meeting. One or two officers of the FO will also be present during this time.

Pakistan reportedly had given India until Friday night to provide the requisite information about the spy’s family members’ visit, warning that any more delay would result in deferment or cancellation of the meeting.

Pakistan had completed the preparations to arrange the family meeting next week but India was delaying providing the relevant information about the expected visitors to Islamabad.

The Indian High Commission was informed about the issuance of the deadline, the sources said. They said Pakistan needed time to bring Jadhav to the Foreign Office and for other security-related matters.


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