Pakistan have to submit evidence against Indian spy Jadhav
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Friday that Islamabad will introduce proof on account of sentenced Indian government agent Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on February 19.
Talking at a gathering in Manchester, the remote priest further said that the nation’s lawful group will show its position for the situation and included that the Indian covert operative has just admitted to being associated with fear monger exercises completed in Pakistan.
Pakistan has solid confirmation against Kulbhushan, will win the case in ICJ: FM
In 2018, the ICJ, the primary legal organ of the United Nations, chose to hold open hearings in the Jadhav case, from February 2019.
The hearings will happen from February 18 to February 21, 2019, at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the seat of the court, the ICJ had declared.
In July 2018, Pakistan presented its second counter-commemoration to India’s contentions on the conviction of the RAW specialist under the steady gaze of the world court.
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After a month, Qureshi said Pakistan has solid confirmation against Indian covert operative Jadhav and will triumph in the ICJ.
Authority Jadhav was caught in Balochistan in March 2016 and he later admitted to his relationship with an Indian knowledge office — Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) — and his contribution in reconnaissance and instigating fear mongering in Pakistan.
In mid 2017, the field general court-military condemned Jadhav to death, which was affirmed by Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Bajwa. On January 23, 2018, the ICJ gave a timetable to both Pakistan and India to record another round of dedications for the situation.
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In 2016, Jadhav likewise admitted his wrongdoing to his family amid a gathering with his mom Avanti Jadhav and spouse Chetna in Islamabad.
Indian media detailed, Jadhav “welcomed the two ladies by recognizing that he was, as claimed by Pakistan and challenged by India, for sure an Indian covert agent and had built a spate of dread assaults”.’
As per The Times of India, the family did not expect this response from Jadhav to their first gathering in just about two years. The report included that his mom prevented him from admitting to his violations.
Jadhav met his mom and spouse in Islamabad on December 25, 2016 — their first gathering since his capture from Balochistan on charges of secret activities and psychological warfare.