New Delhi: Indian citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav In the case of India, India has won a big victory on Wednesday. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) located in The Hague, Netherlands, asked Pakistan to reconsider Jadhav's sentence. Jadhav has been sentenced to death by describing Pakistan as an Indian spy. Pakistan says it was involved in terrorist activities. While India has called it wrong, it appealed in the ICJ against which, today (on Wednesday) the ICJ pronouncing the judgment said that Pakistan should review the death penalty given to Indian citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav.
1- The biggest thing in the verdict was that 15 of the 16 judges of the International Court were in favor of India, while the Pakistan's judges remained in opposition to this decision.
2- ICJ in its decision said that the court found that Pakistan denied India the right to contact India with Kulbhushan Jadhav and detained him and meet him and arrange for his legal representation. Pakistan has thus violated the obligations under the Convention on Consular Relations under the Vienna Convention.
3- ICJ has issued instructions that Kulbhushan Jadhav will be assisted by the Indian Embassy and he will also be given a lawyer. The court has also said that the punishment for Jadhav's execution will remain intact till Pakistan can effectively review and review its decision.
4- ICJ has issued instructions that Kulbhushan Jadhav will be assisted by the Indian Embassy and he will also be given a lawyer.
5- Judge Abdulkawi Ahmed Yusuf, court president of Somalia, read the verdict. In a 42-page verdict, he said that by the time Pakistan has effectively reviewed and re-reviewed its decision, Pakistan will be barred from the execution of Kulbhushan.