Pakistan Releases Doctored Vedio Of Kulbhushan Jadhav


Islamabad: Continuing its dirty propaganda. Pakistan on Thursday released a new confession video of Indian businessman and former Navy personnel Kulbhushan Jadhav, who met with his mother and sister a few days ago on December 25.

In the fourth video released by Pakistan – after it was criticised over the atmosphere of the meeting – Jadhav can be heard saying that his mother was happy to see him, adding that no one is harming him in Pakistan.

It may be noted that the 40-minute-long meeting with his family took place under very tight protocols – some of which seemed absurd.

Besides, this video is similar to the first video released by Pakistan last year. He reiterates the same things he said before, but this time he was also forced to “thank” Pakistan for arranging the meeting with his mother and wife.

In the video released by Pakistan Foreign Office, Jadhav says that he felt that his mother and wife were scared during the meeting as an Indian diplomat was shouting at them.

“My mother was very happy to see me in healthy condition,” Jadhav says in the video which appears to be heavily edited. Jadhav, who appeared to be reading a script, added that his mother was humiliated on flight to Islamabad by the Indian official who was accompanying her.

The Jadhav-family meeting became the latest flashpoint in the already strained India-Pakistan relations with Pakistan terming its decision to allow Jadhav’s family to travel to Pakistan to meet him a humanitarian gesture and India accusing it of violating mutual understanding.

There was no consular access granted during Jadhav’s meeting with his wife and mother and instead Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh, who accompanied the two women, was initially separated from them.