Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested red-handed by law-enforcement agencies on 3 March 2016 while infiltrating Pakistan from Saravan border area of Balochistan. He was operating under the cover name of Hossein Mubarak Patel. Jadhav was directly handled by the RAW Chief, Indian National Security Adviser, and the RAW Joint Secretary. The arrest of Jadhav has solidified the “proof of Indian interference and state-sponsored terrorism” in Pakistan. Lt Gen Asim Bajwa had termed the Indian spy’s arrest a ‘big achievement’. Jadhav was tried by the Field General Court Martial (FGCM) under Section 59 of the PAA and Section 3 of the Official Secret Act of 1923. Jadhav had confessed before the court that he was tasked by RAW to plan, coordinate and organize subversive activities in Karachi and Balochistan. India has been using Afghan soil against Pakistan since 2001 by investing about $3 billion on infrastructure, training of Afghan forces, and other projects to establish a network for its permanent foothold and to achieve its overt and covert designs. India planned terrorist activities like the Gurdwara attacks, the Lahore blast. Kulbhushan Jadhav had also confessed to a series of terrorist activities planned and controlled from Afghanistan. Pakistan’s UN Ambassador Munir Akram accused India of violating international law, UN Charter and Security Council resolutions by sponsoring terrorism. “Pakistan has provided irrefutable evidence of India’s support and financing of UN-listed TTP & JuA to UNSC 1267 Sanctions Committee. We call on the Committee to initiate immediate action against Indian agencies involved in sponsorship of terrorism against Pakistan.” Pakistan has urged UN Security Council (UNSC) to initiate immediate action against Indian agencies “sponsoring” terrorism against Pakistan.