Pakistan mulls sharing minutes of Jadhav’s meeting with ICJ


After allowing convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his family, Pakistan is weighing the option of making the minutes a part of its case pending with the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

A local Urdu publication reported on Wednesday that a legal team will submit the details of the meeting with the ICJ on or before the next hearing, after getting the approval by the prime minister of Pakistan.

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The motive behind the move is to convince the ICJ in dismissing the case, as Jadhav is not a diplomat, but a terrorist who was arrested inside the territory of Pakistan; therefore, the case did not lie in the court’s jurisdiction in the first place.