ISLAMABAD: The mother and wife of the Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is on a death row, have arrived in the federal capital on Monday after Pakistan allowed them to meet Jadhav on the humanitarian basis, said Express News.
The much-talked about the meeting will be held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs today where elaborate and extraordinary security arrangements have been put in place.
The wife and mother of Jadhav will be accompanied by India’s Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh. Their meeting with Jadhav can last from 15 minutes to one hour, said a Foreign Office official.
The exact arrival of Jadhav’s mother and wife was not shared by India with the Pakistani authorities till Sunday evening, although it was confirmed that they would be arriving today by a chartered plane and returning the same day.