Islamabad, March 31 (IANS) Pakistan Foreign Office on Thursday said that it apprised the European Union and the world’s “major capitals” about the Indian spy’s arrest from Balochistan province.
“The whole world saw the Indian agent’s confessional statement,” its spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said during a weekly briefing.
Zakaria said Pakistan had already shared evidence regarding Indian involvement in terror activities inside Pakistan with the United Nations, and added that the latest arrest will also be taken up with the world body.
Law enforcement agencies announced the arrest of Jadhav, saying he was picked up during an intelligence-based raid in Balochistan’s Chaman area.
Earlier, the Indian government said it “categorically rejects allegations that this individual was involved in subversive activities in Pakistan at our behest”, claiming that their enquiries reveal he had been harassed while operating a legitimate business from Iran.