They had objected over the presence of security officials during the meeting, we are willing even to remove those officials, the minister said.
Tulsidas Pawar, a childhood friend of Jadhav, said Pakistan was doing all this just to impress the International Court of Justice, which was approached by India last year.
So far the Indian government has no clue about either the whereabouts of Jadhav or his well being
Defence expert Qamar Agha said Pakistan court should be trusted as they have their allegiance towards the army.
Pakistan's army ruled out consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, days after India made a strong case for access to the prisoner on death row.
The Minister of State for External Affairs today said the government was taking all measures to gain consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav despite Pakistan's denial.