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India has no substance in Jadhav case: Pakistan

IANS  |  Islamabad 

has no substance in the case of condemned alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, said on Thursday, after the ICJ asked not to hang him.

"As far as is concerned, the (International Court of Justice) decision has not changed the status of Jadhav's case in any manner," Pakistan's Attorney General said in a statement.

The statement said Jadhav, sentenced to death for spying and for acts of terrorism, had ample time to petition for clemency. "We are determined to pursue this case to its logical end," it said.

--IANS

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has no substance in the case of condemned alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, said on Thursday, after the ICJ asked not to hang him.

"As far as is concerned, the (International Court of Justice) decision has not changed the status of Jadhav's case in any manner," Pakistan's Attorney General said in a statement.

The statement said Jadhav, sentenced to death for spying and for acts of terrorism, had ample time to petition for clemency. "We are determined to pursue this case to its logical end," it said.

--IANS

mr/soni/rn

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India has no substance in Jadhav case: Pakistan

has no substance in the case of condemned alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, said on Thursday, after the ICJ asked not to hang him.

"As far as is concerned, the (International Court of Justice) decision has not changed the status of Jadhav's case in any manner," Pakistan's Attorney General said in a statement.

The statement said Jadhav, sentenced to death for spying and for acts of terrorism, had ample time to petition for clemency. "We are determined to pursue this case to its logical end," it said.

--IANS

mr/soni/rn

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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