Indian man arrested in Pakistan for not carrying travel documents

According to the reports, Pakistan army will jointly fight the case involving Indian citizen and former Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, the case which has reached the global forum now. "There is considerable uncertainty as to when decision on any appeal is rendered or when Jadhav will be executed", said ICJ President Judge Ronny Abraham. The Pakistani team has enough evidence to present against Jadhav, Aziz said. It added that it indeed has jurisdiction in the case, superseding a 2008 agreement between India and Pakistan.

The adviser was speaking at a media briefing arranged to respond to the growing criticism of the government's inept handling of the case at ICJ, which had been petitioned by India over Pakistan's refusal to grant consular access to the convicted spy.

India reacted strongly to the case and said that it would to go to any extent to save Jadhav.

"Pakistan is shelf shocked with the decision of the worldwide court of justice". "Anything said by the politicians must always safeguard the national interests", he said.

The PPP lawmaker also criticized Home Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and regarded him as a person with ill rationale.

Khan said certain elements are on the payroll of "our enemies" and receiving funds from them to stoke anarchy and unrest in the country.

"Pakistan was set to re-challenge the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice after it granted injunction on Thursday on an Indian plea to stay Jadhav's execution", said Dunya News.

Jadhav's arrest and the subsequent death sentences raised hackles in New Delhi.

Despite India requesting consular access on 16 occasions, Pakistan denied permission to meet Jadhav.

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The lawyer also claimed Indian officials and the country's press were slandering him while discussing the case. He has been arrested under Section 14 of the Foreign Act and has been sent to a judicial remand. "Pakistan had only five days to prepare its case", he said.

Mr Aziz recalled that Mr Qureshi was a well-known lawyer, who had previously successfully pleaded Pakistan's case in the Hyderabad fund case.

  • Delores Daniels