Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Manufactured Facts, Propaganda and Farce, India’s Stinging Response To Pak

New Delhi : Firmly rejecting a second "video confession" released by Pakistan military as proof of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav's guilt, India on Thursday told Islamabad to desist from attempting to influence proceedings before the world court through "false propaganda".

"Manufactured facts cannot alter the reality, and do not detract from the fact that Pakistan is in violation of its international obligation to India and Mr Jadhav," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement issued hours after Pakistan military released what it called was Mr Jadhav's video confession recorded in April 2017.
The world court, formally known as the International Court of Justice, had ordered Pakistan to hold off Mr Jadhav's execution after New Delhi complained that Islamabad violated a treaty guaranteeing diplomatic assistance to foreigners accused of crimes.



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