ISLAMABAD – Pakistan would take the case of RAW agent Kulbhushan Jadhav to its logical end, said Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday.

Addressing a passing out parade of Frontier Core, Nisar expressed that without any doubt, Kulbhushan was a spy and was involved in subversive activities and Pakistan would treat him according to law of the land.

He claimed that Kulbhushan would have wreaked more havoc in the country, had he not been arrested by the law enforcers.

The interior minister said that Pakistan’s neighbour, Afghanistan, should sort out its internal issues instead of blaming Pakistan adding that Pakistan’s policy about its neighbour was clear.

“I don’t want to open up about Afghanistan’s policy but Kabul should not communicate in India’s tone,” said Nisar.

The legislator stated that he would visit Iran with a delegation after Ramazan as both the countries were linked closely.

Highlighting the sacrifices rendered by the Frontier Constabulary troops, Nisar said the FC trained its officials with higher standards.

“You are not only soldiers of FC, you are warriors of Islam and custodian of the country,” said Ch Nisar.