Mr Jadhav's wife Chetankul and mother Avanti were asked to remove theirmangalsutra, bindi, bangles and forced to change their clothes before their 40-minute meeting, across a glass screen and through intercom, began. Pakistan then "confiscated" Ms Chetankul's footwear claiming "there was something metallic in it".
Pakistan's conduct with Mr Jadhav's wife and mother during their tightly-controlled interaction on December 25 is condemnable, said protesters. They also brought a carton full of shoes to be donated to the Pakistani embassy.
"Pakistan has made a mockery of humanity. By not returning Mr Jadhav's wife's slippers and asking them to remove their bindi and mangalsutra and changing their clothes as well, it is just another sleazy activity Pakistan has done to a Bharatiya saubhagya nari (married Indian woman)," Krishna Gudipati, local Hindu community leader in USA, was quoted as saying by news agency Press Trust of India.
To save Mr Jadhav, India moved the International Court of Justice, which ordered Pakistan in May to stay his execution.
(With inputs from PTI)
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