NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD, Aug 1 - Pakistan has decided to grant consular access to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, a fortnight after the ICJ ruling, and has informed India about it. New Delhi confirmed on Thursday it has received the Pakistani proposal and said it will communicate with Islamabad through diplomatic channels.
Amid reports that Pakistan has set some conditions on providing consular access, like insisting that it will have its own person present during the meeting between Indian officials and Jadhav, India said that it is �evaluating� the Pakistani proposal in the �light of the judgement of the ICJ ruling�.
Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammed Faisal at a media briefing in Islamabad said: �We have offered the Indian High Commission to avail consular access on this Friday. � IANS