Pakistan has categorically ruled out the possibility of handing over alleged RAW agent Kulbhushan Jhadav to India.
Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz informed the Senate on Friday that the process has been started to prosecute Jhadav in Pakistani courts.
Aziz added, "A list of questions has also been handed over to India to seek more information from them in the light of the statements of Jhadav."
He said the purpose of sharing dossiers with the United Nations was to prove the direct and indirect Indian intervention in Pakistan. Aziz said, "Our stance in this regard is also being acknowledged at the international level."
Kulbhushan Jhadav was arrested last year in Balochistan on charges of spying and stoking terrorism and sectarianism in the country. It is also worth mentioning that Pakistan has also submitted dossiers with the UN on the basis of the confessional statement of Jhadav.
The Indian government, however, has on several occasions completely rejected the baseless allegations against Jadhav.
Responding to Pakistan's stand on Jhadav, the Indian officials sources said, "The circumstances of his presence in the country remain unclear, particularly because we have not been provided consular access, despite our repeated requests. We expect the government of Pakistan to follow well-established international practice in this regard and ensure his well-being while he is in its custody."