Sartaj Aziz ‘has not shown courtesy’ of responding to visa request for Jadhav’s mother, says Sushma Swaraj


New Delhi: Today External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj conveyed that she was to hear from Pakistani counterpart Sartaj Aziz on a letter inquiring for visa for the mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian naval officer verdict to death by a military court in that nation.

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Minister further conveyed that the visa request of Avantika Jadhav who required convening her son in Pakistan was still awaiting.

The minister tweeted:

In previous few days Pakistani woman anguish from oral cancer has been tweeting, asking for Swaraj to intervene after her visa application was allegedly discarded by the Indian embassy.

Swaraj further added that, I have my compassion for all Pakistan nationals seeking medical visa for their treatment in India. Aziz’s suggestion was required for giving medical visa to Pakistan nationals.

“I see no reason why should he vacillate to give his suggestion for nationals of his own nation,” she tweeted; conveying those with suggestion letters would be approved visa instantly.

In May, India told Pakistani nationals looking for instant medical visa would have to provide a letter of suggestion by Aziz to be sure such appeals were authentic.

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Numerous of these appeals are made straight to minister on social media and by emails, which makes it hard for Indian representatives to determine whether these are genuine.