Pakistan to present its case in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) hearing of self-confessed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case, that is scheduled for February 18-21 in The Hague.
Five-member envoy consisted of Attorney General Anwar Mansoor Khan, Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal and lawyer Khawar Qureshi among other representatives will put forward the stance of the country at the international court.
Indian lawyers will present their stance on the first day of the hearing following the arguments and response from Pakisatn the next day. Indian side will resume forwarding its case on February 20.
the ICJ that is a Peace palace at Hague, was seized due to Indian complaint on the conviction of the spy.
Last year in the July, Pakistan submitted its response to India’s argument on the conviction of Indian spy before the ICJ. Sources informed that Indians accused that wife and mother of the Kulbhushan were ‘mistreated’ when they came to visit him last year.
Commander Jadhav was captured in Balochistan in March 2016 and he later confessed that he is associated to Indian intelligence agency — Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and he is here to spy on Pakistan and he is found to have links with terrorist organizations.