Pakistan said that it had apprised the world’s major capitals, including European Union, about the arrest of an Indian spy in Balochistan.
This was stated by Nafees Zakaria, Foreign Office spokesperson at his weekly news, Radio Pakistan reported.
The “entire world has seen the admission statement of the Indian agent”, Nafees said, referring to the alleged agent of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), identified as Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Zakaria said Islamabad had provided the United Nations evidence of India’s interference in Pakistani affairs and support to terror activities in Pakistan.
India says Jadhav was a retired naval officer, not a spy. But Pakistan released a so-called confession statement by Jadhav claiming he worked for RAW and had financed Baloch rebel.