Best wishes to the family
On Wednesday, Sushma shared a photograph with Jadhav's family on Twitter. He wrote, "Kulbhushan Jadhav's family came to meet me today. I have given them best wishes. ' While overseeing the Ministry of External Affairs, Sushma was in touch with Jadhav's family every moment. He always kept talking to those officers and the legal team, who was watching Jadhav's issue. On July 17, when the ICJ made a decision on Jadhav's case, Sushma was the first person to welcome this decision.
Welcome ICJ decision
Sushma, while welcoming the decision of ICJ, wrote, "I wholeheartedly welcomed the International Court of Justice's decision on Kulbhushan Jadhav's case. This is a big victory for India. ' Sushma also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for taking the Jadhav case to the ICJ. In addition, he congratulated lawyer Harish Salve for presenting the case effectively and making it successful.
Pakistan gets reprimand
India's share in the International Court of the Netherlands (ICJ) was a big win. The ICJ not only prohibited the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav but also ordered Pakistan to provide counselor access to Jadhav. The bench of 16 judges of ICJ not only reprimanded Pakistan for violation of the Vienna Convention but also refused to accept any of its arguments.
Pak convicts death sentence in April 2017
Pakistan has termed Jadhav as an "Indian spy" and India has refused to accept Pakistan's claims every time. On April 10, 2017, Pakistan's Military Court sentenced Jadhav to death for "espionage and terrorism" India had warned Pak that if Jadhav was hanged then it would be considered as a case of premeditated murder.