India seeks time to submit reply in Kulbushan case

India seeks time to submit reply in Kulbushan case

Islamabad June 12 (TNS): Indian has requested the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to grant it more time to submit a reply and counter evidences in the Kulbushan Jadev, as according to sources, India failed to furnish a concrete response to the evidence produced by Pakistan at a meeting of “agents” from India and Pakistan on June 8 at The Hague.

Attorney-General Ashtar Ausaf Ali led the Pakistani legal team at the ICJ at The Hague for the meeting of “agents” from India and Pakistan with the court’s president to discuss the future proceedings in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case.

According to the sources, finding no avenue for escape in the espionage case, India has opted to seek further time, pleading that the Indian spy Jadhav should not be hanged until the ICJ gives a final ruling.

According to officials in Geneva, had Kulbushan been executed, India’s evil operations against Pakistan would have badly affected which have already slowed down with Pakistan army’s swift operations against terrorists and their hideouts across Pakistan under the ongoing operation Radul Fassad.

The officials in Geneva said that the Indian’s Law and Justice Ministry is stuck in the sand since Pakistan’s evidence were enough to take Commander Jadhav’s case to the logical conclusion. According to one official in The Hague, India was now on the losing side and the coin was flipping in Pakistan’s favour.