Kulbhushan Jadhav: In Maharashtra, a village awaits its son's return

The residents of Aanewadi in Satara district are worried about the fate of former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who owns a one-acre piece of land in the village. They have urged the government to take necessary steps for his

The villagers said the government had put in great efforts to get soldier Chandu Chavan released from Pakistan a few weeks ago.
"The government must put in similar efforts now to get Jadhav freed," they said.

They also recount some of his social contributions, such as distributing school uniforms and blankets to the needy a few years ago.
Though Jadhav does not originally hail from the village, he had purchased the plot of land and was involved in small farming activities over the last ten years.

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