Kulbhushan case: India to file plea in ICJ on September 13

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India on Wednesday submitted written pleadings to the International Court of Justice in the case involving Kulbhushan Jadhav.

On March 29, 2016, they issued a confessional video of Jadhav.

In its last hearing on May 18, the ICJ had directed Pakistan to not execute Jadhav before the case is decided.

India challenged the verdict in the top United Nations court, accusing Pakistan of violating the Vienna Convention by failing to provide Jadhav with consular access which it said was in breach of global human rights laws.

Jadhav was sentenced to death by a military court of Pakistan in April 2017 after he confessed to covertly operating for research and Analysis wing of India to destabilize Pakistan. "India will make every effort to see that Jadhav is released from Pakistan's illegal detention".

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Another BJP leader Rahul Sinha also hoped for justice for Jadhav. We should not comment on it.

On June 16 this year, the ICJ turned down India's request to give it six months to file pleadings before the court in the case.

ICJ president Ronny Abraham, a 63-year-old French academic and practitioner in public global law, had asked Pakistan to keep the court informed "of all measures taken" in the implementation of the order.

In its memorials, New Delhi has urged the ICJ to declare Pakistan as violator of global law for sentencing Jadhav to death without providing him fare chance of natural justice. India has maintained he was abducted from the nearby Chabahar which is Iranian territory and that he had business interests there post his retirement from the Indian Navy.

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