Judges of these 15 countries pronounced the right of India
The judges of the countries whose orders have been ordered to stop the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav and provide counselor access to them, Slovakian Judge Pitkaka, Somalia's Abdulkavi Ahmed Yusuf, Shu Hanqin of China, Justice Ronnie Abraham of France, Justice of India Dalveer Bhandari, Antonio Augusto Trindade of Brazil, Judge Richard Crawford of Australia, Mohamed Benoua of Morocco, US Judge Joan E Done Hue, Italy Jorjio Gaja, Jamaica Patrick Lipton Robinson, Ugandan Judge Julia Sebutinde, Russian Federation judge Kirill, Lebanese judge Hats and judge of Japan UG Ivsawa.
Chinese judge also decides in favor of Kulhushan
China's judge Shu Hankin in the International Court of Justice wrote the order of India's favor. He is also the vice president of ICJ. He is a member of ICJ since June 2010. He was re-elected in the year 2012. He was elected Vice-Chancellor of ICJ on February 6, 2018. Hankin has been the head of legal law department of China and ambassador to China in the Netherlands.
Justice Dalveer Bhandari also wrote in favor of Kool Bhushan
Justice Dalveer Bhandari is the only Indian judge in the International Court of Justice who is involved in the trial of Kulbhushan Jadhav. Justice Bhandari has been a member of ICJ since 2012. Bhandari was again elected the member of the ICJ in February 2018. Bhandari has also been a judge in the Supreme Court.
Pakistan's only judge to file a verdict against Pakistan
In the international court, Pakistan's Judge Tasduk Hussain Jilani, the sole judge came out who ruled against Kulbhushan Jadhav. Pakistan appointed him as an Adhoc Judge in the Jadhav Case. According to the rules, when there is no judge of the respective country in the bench hearing, then he can appoint such a judge. Jilani has also worked as a Chief Justice of Pakistan for a year. Meanwhile, a team of legal experts and Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal was also present in the ICJ under the leadership of Pakistan's attorney general.