Condemning the death sentence of Kulbhushan, Rajnath says Govt. will go to any extent to rescue him

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh condemning the death sentence of Kulbhushan Jadhav by the Pakistani military court said, "the government will do every possible thing to rescue him with criticizing this move by the Pakistan Government."

Mr, Singh said, "He is a retired Indian Navy officer. He was a businessman in Iran's Chabahar and on a regular note he used to commute from Tehran to Chabahar. It is then the Pakistan security forces kidnapped him despite having a valid Indian passport. I believe a 'spy' will not have a valid Indian passport," 

"We will go to every extent possible to rescue Kulbhushan. Pakistan Army court has sentenced him death which is unfair and Indian Government condemn this," he further added.

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