Samajwadi MP Naresh Agarwal justifies Pakistan treatment of Kulbhushan Jadhav

Samajwadi MP Naresh Agarwal justifies Pakistan treatment of Kulbhushan Jadhav

On one hand, while there is an atmosphere of anger in the country about the harassment of Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mother and wife during their meeting, on the other hand, SP leader Naresh Agarwal is in the midst of controversy by giving a statement about Jadhav. Agarwal’s statement is pointing out that whatever Pakistan is doing with Jadhav is right. Along with this, he also wondered why the media is only talking about Jadhav, while many other Indians are closed in Pakistan’s jails. Agarwal said, “If Pakistan considers Kulbhushan Jadhav a terrorist in their country, then they will treat him that way as they are doing. We should also treat terrorists in the same way in our country.

Naresh Agarwal’s changed after a few hours after giving the statement. He said while defending himself, “There is no proper government in Pakistan, there is the rule of the military and the ISI. We should not expect humanity from Pakistan. That is why I am saying that we should take a firm stand with his terrorists. ” Moreover, Naresh Agrawal also wrote a letter to the President of Rajya Sabha in the Jadhav case.

Jadhav was jailed in Pakistan on suspicion of espionage, who had met his mother Avanti, and wife Chetna on Monday. But the manner in which they were treated during this time is being criticized throughout the country. Jadhav met his mother and wife for about 40 minutes, but there was a glass of wall between them and they interacted with Intercom. 

Not only this, there have been many more shocking disclosures, as just before the meeting, Jadhav’s mother and wife’s clothes were changed. Her wife bindi, Mangasutra, and earrings were also removed. The shoes of the wife were not even returned. They don’t even allow the Indian diplomat to go near them while their conversation.

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