Kulbhusan Jadhav’s Execution Can Lead To A Covert War Between R&AW and ISI


India and Pakistan were at war with each other at different fronts but not conventional types of warfare. Indian security forces are dealing with proxy wars, intelligence wars and other covert warfare promoted by Pakistan. India does not sit quite, we also execute such activity to protect the national interest and for the sake of national security.

Pakistan claimed to arrest an Indian spy from it’s Balochistan region in March 2016. Kulbhushan Jadhav is accused of waging war against Islamabad and carrying out espionage activities for India. Kulbhushan Jadhav whose life has been dragged can be the new reason for the war between India and Pakistan.

The alleged spy of India was declared guilty and judgement of execution came out by Field General Court Martial(FGCM) in Pakistan. The judgement resulted in several reactive actions by Indian side including the statement of the Indian Minister of External Affair, Mrs Sushma Swaraj and the possible move of Indian intelligence agency to take a Pakistani Ex-ISI in custody.

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By considering the relations and conflicts of both the nation, many news agency including Dawn and Pakistan Daily predicted possibility of a covert war between two countries.
“But Jadhav’s case is far beyond routine action and could herald a new, highly destabilizing round of covert actions by one country against the other’s security and intelligence apparatus,” said by Dawn.

The execution of Jadhav remind us the vicious proxy wars in which these two countries are engaged since long time. Anybody can predict horrifying future of these two nuclear armed neighbors. The situation become more tense when Indian parliament and the whole nation stand unit for Kulbhushan Jadhav. The international media has not responded to the issue as expected currently but the response will be out after seeing the tension between these countries.

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