International Court of Justice to resume hearing in Kulbhushan Jadhav case


India on Wednesday will file a written submission in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case at the United Nations' top court, which it hopes will declare the former Indian Navy officer's death sentence a breach of global law.

It was then decided that India would file its written submissions - or "memorials" - on September 13, and that Pakistan would file a response by December 13.

Jadhav was sentenced by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism.

On May 18 of this year, the judges ruled that Jadhav must not be put to death by Islamabad until the ICJ has had enough time to pass the final judgement in the case, there by ordering a stay against the execution. "However, the Indian effort to secure his freedom has delayed the judicial process in Pakistan, and I am sure in the coming hearing the Indian government will succeed in bringing back Jadhav to India", said BJP leader S Prakash.

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With the recent abduction and killing of two Chinese teachers from the area by ISIS activists, the Chinese, too, are anxious about the security of their $46 billion project and Pakistan is desperate to prove that they are on the right and that it was India who is trying to put a spanner in the works.

BJP leader Rahul Sinha also expressed hope for justice in the matter. We should not comment on it.

A statement by the Pakistani military's publicity wing, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), said in April this year that Jadhav was declared guilty of waging war against the country.

India will mention Pakistan's grossest violation - the fact that Kulbhushan Jadhav has had no legal help or support (lawyers in Pakistan have refused to represent him, fearing disbarrment). In cases where ICJ has jurisdiction, ICJ's decision is binding. "Nobody can reverse it, it willsucceed at any cost", he was quoted as saying in the report. However, India said Jadhav was kidnapped from Iran where he had business interests after retiring from the Indian Navy.