Over Islamabad’s plan at a time when India-Pakistan tension escalated considerably to execute an Indian, a senior Indian diplomat’s phone was seized in a Pakistani court today.
The in charge of Visa and consular access Piyush Singh was using his phone in Islamabad within a Court-room. When he was taking photo the Local Media said.
Later the cellphone was returned to him and there was no charges were pressed. The court is been told by him that he was texting on his phone and not using his camera.
As per the sources, “This is not a big issue. He didn't know the rule, and took his mobile inside by mistake.’’
On behalf of Uzma the diplomat was in court, a 20-year-old Indian woman who claims she was tricked into marrying a Pakistani man and now fears for her life.
Indian High Commission in Islamabad, Uzma has been staying and has refused to leave its premise until Uzma was allowed to return back to India. Uzma claimed that after being coerced to marry, she discovered that her Pakistani husband, who she met in Malaysia, is already married. Her husband, Tahir Ali, claims that she is being detained against her wishes by Indian diplomats.
The top court of United Nation’s on Monday will hold emergency hearing based on India’s request to Pakistan as to stop from executing Kulbhushan Jadhav, convicted by the Pakistani court of espionage says Kulbhushan Jadhav, a formal Naval Officer was arrested last year in Balochistan.
He was spy denied by the India, and lodged a protest with the International Court of Justice in The Hague accusing Pakistan of "egregious violations of the Vienna convention". Its petition says that India was not informed of Kulbhushan Jadhav's detention "until long after his arrest" and Pakistan "failed to inform" him of his right.
The court is been told by the India that it has information that Kulbhushan Jadhav from Iran was kidnapped, after retiring from the navy he was operating a business.
The UN court will hold public hearings on Kulbhushan Jadhav's case.
From the last year, Indian military been attacked by the Pakistani terror bases have left more than 25 security personnel dead, plunging bilateral relations into a crisis.