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ICJ asks Pakistan not to execute Jadhav

IANS  |  The Hague 

In a major diplomatic, moral and legal victory for India, the International of Justice (ICJ) on Thursday asked not to execute alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav pending its final decision and inform it of the steps being taken to implement the order.

"This unanimously decides that shall take all measures at its disposal so that Kulbushan Jadhav is not executed pending a final decision of this in the matter. It also unanimously decides that the must be told of the measures takes to implement this order," ICJ President Ronny Abraham said in the operative portion of the order which he read out in the open for nearly 30 minutes.

Officials of both the countries were present when the judge asked the registrar to communicate the order to both the parties.

In the detailed order, the said prima facie it felt that it had jurisdiction to go into the matter given the details of the present case.

The also found that there exists a lien between the rights seeks to assert and the provisional measures the can deploy.

Justice Abraham noted the counsel's argument that Jadhav would not be executed till August but there was no assurance that he would not be executed after that.

The also noted that Jadhav should have been given consular access as sought by

--IANS

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In a major diplomatic, moral and legal victory for India, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Thursday asked Pakistan not to execute alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav pending its final decision and inform it of the steps being taken to implement the order.

In a major diplomatic, moral and legal victory for India, the International of Justice (ICJ) on Thursday asked not to execute alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav pending its final decision and inform it of the steps being taken to implement the order.

"This unanimously decides that shall take all measures at its disposal so that Kulbushan Jadhav is not executed pending a final decision of this in the matter. It also unanimously decides that the must be told of the measures takes to implement this order," ICJ President Ronny Abraham said in the operative portion of the order which he read out in the open for nearly 30 minutes.

Officials of both the countries were present when the judge asked the registrar to communicate the order to both the parties.

In the detailed order, the said prima facie it felt that it had jurisdiction to go into the matter given the details of the present case.

The also found that there exists a lien between the rights seeks to assert and the provisional measures the can deploy.

Justice Abraham noted the counsel's argument that Jadhav would not be executed till August but there was no assurance that he would not be executed after that.

The also noted that Jadhav should have been given consular access as sought by

--IANS

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(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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ICJ asks Pakistan not to execute Jadhav

In a major diplomatic, moral and legal victory for India, the International of Justice (ICJ) on Thursday asked not to execute alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav pending its final decision and inform it of the steps being taken to implement the order.

"This unanimously decides that shall take all measures at its disposal so that Kulbushan Jadhav is not executed pending a final decision of this in the matter. It also unanimously decides that the must be told of the measures takes to implement this order," ICJ President Ronny Abraham said in the operative portion of the order which he read out in the open for nearly 30 minutes.

Officials of both the countries were present when the judge asked the registrar to communicate the order to both the parties.

In the detailed order, the said prima facie it felt that it had jurisdiction to go into the matter given the details of the present case.

The also found that there exists a lien between the rights seeks to assert and the provisional measures the can deploy.

Justice Abraham noted the counsel's argument that Jadhav would not be executed till August but there was no assurance that he would not be executed after that.

The also noted that Jadhav should have been given consular access as sought by

--IANS

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