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Real fight to save Jadhav will take place in Pak court

DNMUM388993 | 5/19/2017 | Author : Maneesh Chhibber | WC :319 | India



New Delhi: The International Court of Justice’s (ICJ) decision in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case on Thursday, asking Pakistan to “take all measures at its disposal” to ensure that he isn’t executed till its final judgment, is binding on the Pakistan government. Jadhav is currently in a Pakistani jail.
Simply put, Pakistan won’t be able to execute Jadhav till the ICJ’s final decision.
The Pakistan government’s official stand is that the ICJ has “no jurisdiction in national security matters”, and that Thursday’s order “does not change the status of Jadhav in any manner.” This is just a brave front, for the fact is that it will be extremely difficult for Pakistan to not implement the order.
In case Pakistan refuses to accept the I
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