New Delhi, Apr 11: Demanding that the Government tell the country what steps it was taking to save Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian National who was given death sentence yesterday by a Pakistani military court that convicted him of spying and fomenting unrest in the province of Balochistan, the Congress today expressed hope that the death sentence handed over by the tribunal would not be carried out.
Addressing reporters here, senior Congress leader and former Home Minister P Chidambaram said the Government should tell the country what steps it was taking to save Jadhav.
‘The Government should tell the people of the country what steps it was planning to take to save Kulbhushan Jadhav,’ Mr Chidambaram said.
He also expressed hope that the death sentence handed over to Jadhav by the Pakistani military tribunal would not be carried out.
‘The death sentence given to Kulbhushan by the tribunals should not be carried out,’ he said.