In a video released by the Foreign Office (FO) today, Indian convicted spy Kulbhushan Jadhav said the Indian diplomat accompanying his mother and wife was persistently yelling at them as they stepped out of the meeting on Dec 25.
“I saw fear in their eyes,” Jadhav said in the video released by the Foreign Ministry. He said he has something very important to say to people in India, the Indian government and navy. “I am a commissioned officer in the navy and my commission is not over,” he said in the video. “I saw fear in the eyes of my mother and my wife. Why should they be fear? There shouldn’t be fear in the eyes of my mother and my wife. They’ve been threatened. The Indian diplomat or the Indian person who had come along with my mother was shouting at my mother the moment she stepped out.
Has she been brought under threat here, to meet me?” he asked. He said he had not been subjected to any sort of torture in Pakistan. “Pakistani government is taking care of me, my mother was happy to see me healthy and well. I thank Pakistan [for the meeting],” said Jadhav.