After the meet, Jadhav's mother Avanti Jadhav thanked Pakistan's foreign office for arranging the meeting with her son.
Kulbhushan Jadhav, who is on death row in Pakistan for alleged spying, today met his wife and mother-but separated by a glass screen-in a carefully choreographed event that unfolded in tweets, photos and TV footage. This was the first meeting between Jadhav, who was convicted of espionage, and his family since his arrest on March 3, 2016. India's Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh is also accompanying the family for the meeting.
"An Indian diplomat was present during the meeting and he could see Jadhav but he was not allowed to speak to him", Faisal said. The video was shown during a press conference which followed immediately after the 30-minute meeting between Jadhav and family.
"I had requested for a meeting with my wife on humanitarian grounds and I have been informed that my mother and my wife are coming over to meet me and I am really thankful to the government of Pakistan for showing this grand gesture".
"The meeting was very positive and they (Jadhav's mother and wife) were satisfied. We honour our commitments", foreign office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal tweeted along with a picture of the visitors.
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On the question why a glass wall was put between them during the meeting, he said it was done "for security reasons".
Shashi Tharoor, speaking to ANI, said, "In one sense, it is a step forward because 22 months after they arrested this poor man, finally somebody is able to see him".
The mother and wife of Commander Jadhav sitting comfortably in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs pakistan. The Pakistan foreign office spokesperson reiterated that the meeting does not mean any change in Pakistan's stance regarding Jadhav.
He said he was involved in "terror activities" and was "face of Indian terror on Pakistani soil".
After Jadhav was sentenced to death in April, India asked the World Court for an injunction to bar the execution, arguing that he was denied diplomatic assistance during what it says was an unfair trial. The Indian Government recognised Jadhav as a former naval officer, who was abducted by Pakistan's ISI from Iran.