Pakistan today said it was gathering "more evidence" from alleged RAW spy Kulbhushan Jadhav and will share the dossiers on “Indian involvement in subversive activities” with the UN.
While briefing the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs here, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz also regretted the "Indian aggression" on the Line of Control (LoC).
Interrogation of Jadhav is underway and more evidences are being collected from him, he said.
"Dossiers about Indian involvement in subversive activities in Pakistan will be presented before the UN and other important countries after completion of investigation from Kulbhushan Jadhav," Radio Pakistan quoted him as saying.
Aziz had earlier this month admitted that the government was presented with only "insufficient evidence" on Jadhav, a statement later refuted by the Foreign Office.
Addressing a full Senate chamber, Aziz had said the dossier on Jadhav, who is under detention, contained mere statements.
"It did not have any conclusive evidence," he was quoted as saying by the Geo TV.
"What the dossier contained was not enough. Now it is up to the concerned authorities how long they take to give us more matter on the agent," Aziz said.
“The statement attributed to the Adviser (Sartaj Aziz) is absolutely incorrect,” a spokesperson of the Foreign Office was later quoted as saying in a press release.
Jadhav, who was reportedly arrested in Balochistan after he entered from Iran, has been accused by Pakistan of planning "subversive activities" in the country.
Pakistan Army had also released a "confessional video" of Jadhav, who said he was the serving Indian Navy officer.
India has acknowledged Jadhav as a retired Indian Navy officer, but denied the allegation that he was in any way connected to the government.