WEB DESK: Indian national and spy Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav is among the many responsible of marketing terrorism deep into roots of Pakistan prior to being caught by authorities.
Let it be terror attacks in Karachi or unleashing bloodbaths in Balochistan, the Indian spy has been found indulged in all such activities against the country.
Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, belonging to a family of police officers, was born in Sangli in Indian state Maharashtra on April 15, 1969, according to a medical report released by the Foreign Office.
However, a fake passport for Jadhav under the pseudonym Hossein Mubarak Patel, showed he was born on Aug 30, 1968.
He was apprehended on entering Pakistan on March 03, in 2016.
During the investigation, Jadhav confessed to several heinous terror activities he had completed in the country.
The same year, in a confessional video released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on 19 March, Kulbhushan explained he took the cover name for “intelligence gathering for Indian agencies”.
Balochistan government at the time had lodged FIR against the nabbed Indian spy under the act of terrorism.
A military court, after finding Kulbhushan guilty, awarded him a death sentence.
Currently, the International Court of Justice has eyes of the world set onto it as it is due to announce its reserved verdict in this case.