The international court in The Hague can hear its verdict about alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav in Pakistan. The Pakistani court had convicted him for spying in 2017 and sentenced to death.
But he is not the first Indian citizen who has been sentenced to death in Pakistan for espionage charges.
Although he was probably the first officer of the Indian Army who was arrested on suspicion of espionage
In Pakistan, over a dozen people have been punished in the last four decades, which is considered to be an Indian detective.
Some of them were sentenced to death, but their punishment was never executed. Of course, many of them have been 'killed' in jail.
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Pakistan also released a video of alleged confession with the news of the arrest of Kulbhushan Jadhav in March 2016.
In the video, Kulbhushan is alleged to be a serving officer of the Indian Navy, and his intention to come to Balochistan was to help Indian Baloch separatists.
According to reports, Kulbhushan Jadhav had named his name Hussein Mubarak Patel in Pakistan and he had come from Iran's border in Balochistan.
Pakistan, after the arrest of Kulbhushan Jadhav, had demanded Iran not to allow its soil to be used against Pakistan.
Kulbhushan Jadhav was probably the first such Indian "spy" who was caught outside Punjab. In the past, Indian citizens have been arrested from different areas of Punjab and most of them belong to the Indian Punjab.
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Sarabjit Singh was arrested by intelligence agencies of Pakistan in August 1990.
India had said that a Punjabi farmer, who was drunk, was crossing the border by mistake while running a solution.
Pakistan sued Sarabjit Singh for the blasts in Faisalabad, Multan and Lahore and he was sentenced to death.
During the tenure of military ruler Pervez Musharraf during the composite dialogue between India and Pakistan, some non-governmental organizations in India launched a campaign for the release of Sarabjit Singh.
Many times it seemed that the Pakistan government would release them, but after the failure of the talks, the release of Sarabjit Singh was also in jeopardy.
Sarabjit was injured in a prison attack in Kot Lakhpat Jail in 2013 and he died in the hospital.
Sarabjit's body was handed over to India and the Indian government performed the last rites with the state honor of Sarabjit's body.
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Kashmir Singh was arrested on charges of alleged espionage in Pakistan in 1973. After spending 35 years in Pakistan's jails, he was released in 2008 and he was welcomed in India.
In the release of Kashmir Singh, human rights activist Ansar Burney had a major role to play.
During the presence in Pakistan, Kashmir Singh should always say that he is innocent, but when he reached the Indian state, he allegedly accepted that he had gone to Pakistan for espionage.
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Ravindra Kaushik was an Indian national who lived in Pakistan for 25 years. Ravindra Kaushik was born in Rajasthan. When he was admitted to Indian companies, he was a theater actor.
In Pakistan it is claimed that after special education about Urdu language and Islam, he was sent to Pakistan by the name of Nabi Ahmed Shakir and he was successful in getting admission in Karachi University with great success and remained in the army.
After the arrest of Ravindra Kaushik, he was kept in various jails of Pakistan for sixteen years and in 2001 he was imprisoned.
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In 2004, the alleged Ramrajya, perhaps caught in Lahore, was probably the only Indian who got arrested as soon as he reached Pakistan.
He was sentenced to six years and when he returned to India after cutting off his punishment, it is said that Indian institutions refused to recognize him.
Surjeet Singh spent 30 years in Pakistani jails.
Surjit Singh was released from Kot Lakhpat jail in Lahore in 2012. When he returned to India, none of them welcomed him unlike Kashmiri.
Surjeet Singh continued to claim that he had been an agent of 'RAW' in Pakistan, but no one believed him.
Surjeet Singh, after his release, spoke to BBC correspondent Geeta Pandey and expressed his sadness and sorrow over the behavior of the Indian government.
He said that the Government of India paid a monthly pension of Rs 150 to his family in his absence. It is claimed that this is proof that he was an agent of 'RAW'. It was also claimed that before the arrest, he had visited Pakistan 50 times, where he allegedly took them back and reportedly withdrew them.
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Garbakhsh Rama was released from Kot Lakhpat Jail along with 19 other Indian prisoners in 2006.
Garbakhsh Rama was allegedly known as Shaukat Ali in Pakistan. For 18 years, the Pakistani prisoners remained in jail.
It is claimed that Garbakhsh Rama was arrested in 1990 when he was going back to India after spending many years in Pakistan, but the intelligence agencies of Pakistan took his hands.
According to a report published in the Indian Times' Times of India, Garbakhsh has accused the state government that they are not being provided the facilities which allegedly got Sarabjit's family.
They claim that they also met Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, but they have not been given government jobs.
Vinod Sankhi was arrested in Pakistan in 1977 and after 11 years spent in Pakistani jails, he was released in 1988.
Vinod Sanakhi had created an organization for the good of former spies in India.
Describing his story, he claimed that he was a taxi driver when he met an Indian spy and offered him a government job.
He was allegedly sent to Pakistan, but when he was released from the Pakistani jail, according to the claim the government did not help him.
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