India has also filed an appeal with Pakistan seeking the release of Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage.
Pakistan High Commissioner to New Delhi Abdul Basit on Monday rejected Indian claims about Pakistan violating a bilateral pact by not allowing India the consular access to its spy Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been sentenced to death on charges of espionage and sabotage activities, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.
A military court in Pakistan, ignoring all global norms and conventions announced the death penalty for Jadhav on 10 April, claiming that he was involved in espionage in Karachi and Balochistan.
"They wish to travel to Pakistan to meet him and also to personally file the petition and the appeal. They have applied for necessary visas with the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi", India's External Affairs Ministry release stated.
India also asked for consular access to Jadhav "for the 16th time".
As per Pakistani law, an appeal had to be filed within 40 days of the sentencing.
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He was tried under section 59 of Pakistan Army Act (PAA) 1952 and Section III of official Secret Act of 1923.
On India's position that the whole trial against him was "farcical and done in a hush-hush manner", the Pakistani envoy asserted he was tried in a military court because it was not possible to try him in a civilian court.
"This was absolutely a demonstration by the Army to which the Army as a foundation said we won't trade off on his sentence", he said.
This was the second time the Indian envoy met Janjua since April 14 to discuss the case of Jadhav, who was arrested more than a year ago. This is allowed under worldwide law, national law and as a mark of humanity. "The Indians had given them special documents to help them move around Afghanistan easily", Ehsan alleged.
Telangana Cyber Warriors has claimed that it has infected the network of a government hospital in Karachi whereas The Kerala Cyber Warriors hacked the website of Pakistan Academy for Rural Development with its main page demanding "justice for Kulbhushan Jadhav Ji".