kulbhushan jadhav story
Kulbhushan Jadhav was seized by Pakistani security on allegations of espionage and vandalism inclinations in Pakistan on Jadhav’s dire day, 3rd March 2016.Furthermore, he was convicted to death owing to charges of scouting in a territory of Pakistan. Pakistani officials claim Jadhav’s affiliation with Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), intel agency of India. Jadhav had also been suspected of being involved in Balochi separatism stances. His detention occurred as he entered Pakistan across Taftan border via Iran.
Pakistani officials publicized a six-minute video which contained Kulbhushan’s confession of his RAW association. He further claimed in the video that he is with the Naval forces of India even now. The India bashing video was released about a month following Jadhav’s lured in arrest in Balochistan. Yadav claims his joining of RAW in 2013 yet he developed an Intel installation in Chabahar, Iran as he prompted terrorist activities in provinces of Balochistan and Sindh, centered at Karachi in latter. The Intel base was established ten years prior to his affiliation with RAW when he made furtive journeys to Balochistan as well as Karachi. Furthermore, Pakistani agencies reveal that he disguised himself as Muslim, following conversion and worked as a scrap dealer at Gadani.
Kulbhushan was recognized as the son of a retired Police’s Assistant Commissioner, Sudhir Jadhav from Mumbai. He further is identified as the nephew of Bandra Police in charge, Subhash Jadhav who filed the case of Salman Khan’s hit-and-run case in 2002. Jadhav solicited untimely retirement from Indian Naval Forces for starting his self-owned business.
Reports gathered from different sources disclose his date of birth as 16 April 1970 and his birth place as Maharashtra. Moreover, he entered National Defence Academy in the year 1987 while was allocated as an Indian Naval engineer in 1991.He was notorious for his elusiveness among his batchmates and had an incognito Passport Identity as ‘Hussein Mubarak Patel’ which was issued in November 2003 from Pune.