Pakistan will present its concluding arguments in a case pertaining to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) today (Feb 21) as ICJ is expected to announce its judgement by summer this year.
Pakistan’s counsel said that India knew that if it comes to the issue of consular access then it would have to cooperate with Pakistan. “Which is why India directly approached the ICJ,” he added. “On one side, India has moved the world court and on the other side it has refused to answer Pakistan’s questions,” Qureshi said. “India is sitting on a weak wall of lies just like Humpty Dumpty,” he added.
On 3 March 2016, Commander Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested in the Balochistan province of Pakistan, having illegally and clandestinely entered Pakistan from Iranian territory. India has said that Commander Jadhav was “kidnapped” from Iran – but has provided no substantive evidence underpinning such an allegation. Commander Jadhav was carrying an Indian passport in the name of ‘Hussein Mubarak Patel’.
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17 November, 2019