India To save Kulbhushan Jadhav, we will do whatever it takes: Rajnath Singh

11:26  12 april  2017
11:26  12 april  2017 Source:   The Financial Express

India will go out of way for Jadhav

  India will go out of way for Jadhav India on Tuesday asserted it will go out of the way to secure the release of former Indian Navy official Kulbhushan Jhadav from Pakistan's custody.In her statement in both the Houses, Sushma assured members that the Government will not only ensure top class legal aid to Jadhav but will also take up the issue with President of Pakistan if needed. "Whatever is necessary, we will do. We will go out of the way," said the Minister, adding that Jadhav is now "not only the son of his parents, but is the son of India.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today accused Pakistan of attempting a "pre-planned murder" of former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav and asserted India will do " whatever it takes " to ensure his release.

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  To save Kulbhushan Jadhav, we will do whatever it takes: Rajnath Singh © image

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today accused Pakistan of attempting a "pre-planned murder" of former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav and asserted India will do "whatever it takes" to ensure his release. "Pakistan is attempting a pre-planned murder of Kulbhushan Jadhav," he said, striking an aggressive posture against Islamabad over the death penalty awarded to the Indian national by a military court in the neighbouring country. "Jadhav is not a spy and should be released," Singh said while speaking at the Lokmat Maharashtrian of the Year Awards here tonight. "He went out of India for business. Pakistan agencies kidnapped him. He was carrying an Indian passport. Do spies carry passports?" he asked, seeking to trash Islamabad's claim that the 46-year-old was involved in "espionage and sabotage activities".

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Speaking in Lok Sabha, Home Minister Rajnath Singh assured the House that the government will do ' whatever it takes ' to ensure justice to Kulbhushan Jadhav . Here are the latest developments

Mumbai: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today accused Pakistan of attempting a "pre-planned murder" of former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav and asserted India will do " whatever it takes " to ensure his release.

"We will do whatever it takes to ensure Jadhav's release. If needed we will take the issue to international fora," (Jiss hadd tak jaane ki zarurat hogi uss hadd tak jayenge lekin Kulbhushan Jadhav ko hum bachayenge) the Home Minister asserted.

Speaking during an interactive session at the event, Singh maintained India won't hesitate to take "strong steps" to secure Jadhav's release.

However, he did not disclose what "strong steps" New Delhi was contemplating.

Jadhav, who hails from Maharashtra, was "arrested" on March 3 last year by Pakistan security officials allegedly in Balochistan which, they said, he entered from Iran. He was sentenced to death by a military court in a secret trial and the Pakistan's army chief yesterday approved his execution.

Can’t give India consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav: Pakistani army .
Upping the ante, Pakistan’s army on Monday ruled out consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, days after India had made a strong case for the access to the Indian prisoner on death row.&nbsp;Jadhav, 46, was awarded death sentence by the Field General Court Martial last week, evoking a sharp reaction in India which warned Pakistan of consequences and damage to bilateral ties if the “pre-meditated murder” was carried out.

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