ICJ declines Pakistan’s plea to find Jadhav admission

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Through IANS|Posted: 15th May 2017 07:46 PM

Delegations from India (left) as well as Pakistan await courts to enter the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands on Monday. (AP).
Delegations from India (left) as well as Pakistan await courts to enter the World Court in The Hague, Netherlands on Monday. (AP).

THE HAGUE: The International Court from Justice (ICJ), which was listening to India’s plea to suspend the death sentence to affirmed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, on Monday decreased Pakistan’s plea to play a video of his “confession”.

Previously, in the day, India demanded before the ICJ that Pakistan annul the death sentence from Jadhav and see that he was not performed as his trial was held under “farcical” scenarios in offense of the Vienna Convention.

The ICJ declined to participate in the supposed confessional video clip throughout the hearing of Jadhav’s case, when Pakistan’s session start in the mid-day.

The day-long hearing, which started on Monday early morning, includes 2 sessions from a hr and also an one-half each to India and Pakistan to create their instances.

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