It’s clear today that Pakistan is in turmoil at this apparent “defeat” at the hands of India.
The ICJ judgement makes the Jadhav case a legal test of military courts in Pakistan
In the wake of the verdict, India will obviously have to watch how the Pakistan Army reacts.
Sartaj Aziz, Advisor on Foreign Affairs to the Pakistan Prime Minister, said a new team of lawyers will be constituted to “present Pakistan’s stance vigorously” at the ICJ.
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The International Court of Justice has stayed the execution of Jadhav, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court for alleged espionage.
The Hague-based court had on Thursday stayed the execution of Jadhav, 46, considered to be a spy by Pakistan.
Pakistan suffered a setback as the ICJ put a stay on the execution of former Indian navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Shah, who issued a brief statement, praised External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, her team and senior lawyer Harish Salve who was India’s attorney at The Hague.
Her husband Havildar Dharam Pal Singh, a soldier of 4th Sikh Regiment, was declared killed in the 1971 Bangladesh War.
“This order, though interim, is a very serious indictment of the kind of mockery of the judicial system that exists in Pakistan, ” said Arun Jaitley.
The family source said Pakistan’s decision to not allow Jadhav consular access “farcical”.
Nawaz Sharif, returning home from a week-long trip to China and Hong Kong, walked into a political minefield as his government came under attack from rivals and legal eagles over the loss of face at The Hague.
Speaking to The Indian Express, Justice Bhandari said he and his fellow judges at the ICJ worked round-the-clock all of last week and the outcome was an unprecedented unanimous pronouncement.
ICJ tells Pak to ensure he is not executed until final verdict, backs access plea.