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Kulbhushan Jadhav : Sushma Swaraj lashes out at Sartaj Aziz after her request to grant visa for Kulbhushan mother gets no response

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Kulbhushan Jadhav : Sushma Swaraj lashes out at Sartaj Aziz after her request to grant visa for Kulbhushan mother gets no response

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday lashed out at Pakistani counterpart Sartaj Aziz, for not acknowleding her own letter in which she has asked for to give a Pakistani visa for Kulbhushan Jadhav's mom. Be that as it may, she had guaranteed Aziz that any Pakistani national looking for a medical visa to go to India with his suggestion will be given the visa instantly.

In a progression of tweets, Swaraj stated, "I have my sensitivities for all Pakistan nationals looking for medical visa for their treatment in India. All that we require is his proposal for the allow of medical visa to Pakistan nationals."

She said a visa application was pending for Indian national Avantika Jadhav who needs to meet her child in Pakistan.

"I composed an individual letter to Mr Sartaj Aziz for the concede of her visa to Pakistan. Be that as it may, Mr Aziz has not demonstrated the politeness even to recognize my letter," she tweeted.

46-year-old Jadhav, was purportedly captured by Pakistan in the fretful Balochistan territory a year ago. He has been condemned to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of secret activities and fear based oppression.

yesterday, 25-year-old Faiza Tanveer, who has an aggressive tumour in her mouth had encouraged the External Illicit relationships Minister to help her visit India for treatment after her visa application was allegedly dismisses by the Indian government office. In any case, Sushma Swaraj pointedly denied it, saying Sartaj Aziz had not given a proposal letter required for Tanveer's visa.

"I have my sensitivities for all Pakistan nationals looking for medicinal visa for their treatment in India. I am certain Mr.Sartaj Aziz additionally has thought for the nationals of his nation. All that we require is his proposal for the concede of medicinal visa to Pakistan nationals," she tweeted.

Prior, a month ago, India had issued a therapeutic visa to a more than two month-old kid from Pakistan who was experiencing a coronary illness, after his dad looked for mediation of outer issues serve Sushma Swaraj. "It is gladdening to see humankind winning regardless of numerous distinctions. Much thanks to you for your endeavors. Humankind wins! God favor everybody," the tyke's dad had tweeted after Sushma's mediation.

According to the reports of PTI, Indian hospitals have revealed accepting around 500 patients from Pakistan consistently. Large portions of the unwell required a liver transplant, which costs between Rs 20-30 lakhs.