Pakistan to present report on alleged Indian interference to UN

Islamabad [Pakistan], Dec. 31 : Pakistan on Monday is expected to submit a report on alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav and evidence of attempted violation of maritime boundary by an Indian submarine to the United Nations.

The dossier is expected to be handed over by Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr.

Maleeha Lodhi to incoming UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on his first working day at the UN headquarters in New York, reports the Dawn.

Jadhav's capture this year was flaunted by the Pakistan military as "proof of Indian interference and state-sponsored terrorism".

India has rejected Jadhav's recorded confessional statement where he is shown accepting that he had been assigned by the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) to promote unrest in Balochistan and Karachi.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan government is facing criticism for delaying the presentation of evidence to the international community of Jadhav's involvement in subversive activities.

Earlier this month, the Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz had said that "insufficient material" had been delaying finalisation of the dossier.

Source: ANI