Indian diplomat threatened, shouted at my mother, says Jadhav

 
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ISLAMABAD Jan 05 (TNS): Convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav has said the Indian diplomat accompanying his family was threatening and shouting at his mother after his meeting with them in Islamabad.

In a video message screened by Foreign Office spokesperson at his weekly news briefing on Thursday, Kulbhushan said he told his mother and wife that he was not physically tortured. His mother expressed satisfaction over his physical health.

He said he wanted to make it clear to the Indian people, Government and his Navy that he still is a commissioned member of Indian Navy but India was denying the fact.

Kulbhushan said he saw fear in the eyes of his mother and wife and the accompanying Indian diplomat was threatening and shouting at my mother.

Later responding to questions by newsmen, the Foreign Office Spokesperson said Pakistan is clear and not confused like India which has put travel restraints on sportsmen and general public visiting for religious purposes.