The International Court of Justice (ICJ) had requested Pakistan to remain the hanging of self-admitted Indian Kulbhushan Jadhav until it makes a last judgment for the situation.
“The ICJ demonstrated to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan that it must ‘take all measures available to its’ to guarantee that Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, of Indian nationality, is not executed pending a last judgment,” the press proclamation issued by the universal court said. India had moved the UN court encouraging it to suspend Jadhav’s sentence and announce that it was touched base at “in audacious insubordination of Vienna Convention rights”.
India’s illustrative at the ICJ hearing, Deepak Mittal, portrayed the charges against Jadhav as “created” and his trial as ‘ludicrous’.
Pakistan shielded its position by naming New Delhi’s story an unrealistic one as criminal cases did not fall inside the domain of the Vienna Convention.