Disappointed, worried about Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mental well-being: Harish Salve Harish Salve, who argued Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case in the ICJ, on Monday stated he was disappointed at the conference between Jadhav and his mother and partner in Islamabad. New Delhi: Noteworthy senior counsel Harish Salve, who argued Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case in the International Court of Justice, on Monday said he was dissatisfied at the conference in between Jadhav and his mom and other half in Islamabad, and was worried about his psychological well-being.”What we see today is frustrating. As humans, we must increase above scoring geopolitical brownie points. I am worried about exactly what occurred during the conference, as it was not only the glass between them (Jadhav and his mom and partner), however also due to the fact that of the
method he spoke with them,”Salve told Republic TV.”It was as if he was making scripted comments … The language that he spoke. Normally, when a guy is psychological or upset, he speaks and abuses in his native tongue. Here, he spoke in English. Why did he speak in English?
“It was as if he was inviting individuals to come and hang him, stating he was worthy of to be shot and inquiring to accelerate the process. I am seriously concerned about his mental well-being and the frame of mind he remains in today,” he said.Salve stated Jadhav’s mother must have gone through something worse than a death sentence having travelled all the way to fulfill her child and not having the ability to even speak with him properly, touch him, feel him.