Giving Jadhav right to appeal won’t affect his trial: AGP

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Observer Report
Islamabad

Attorney-General for Pakistan Khalid Jawed Khan has said that giving Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav the right to appeal will not affect his trial or conviction.

In a conversation with a news channel, the attorney-general said that the International Court of Justice directed Pakistan to make amendments in the country’s laws or pass new laws to give the spy the right to appeal.

“Giving Kulbhushan the right to appeal will not affect his trial or conviction. He has murdered innocent Pakistanis,” the AGP said.

The attorney general further stated that if the government hadn’t passed the bill for giving Kulbhushan the right to appeal, India would have dragged Pakistan into the ICJ and United Nations by building new cases.

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