ICJ accepted Pak version on Jadhav, rejected India’s appeals: DG ISPR


Staff Reporter


ISPR Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor said on Wednesday that the International Court of Justice accepted Pakistan’s version on Kulbhushan Jadhav and rejected the Indian appeals.
Speaking to a private media channel, the director-general said that India appealed release of Jadhav and the annulment of the sentence given by the military court — both were rejected.
He said, Allah ne Humen Sarkhru Kia
The verdict has shown confidence and validated our judicial system.
The legal team, led by Attorney General, lawyers, Foreign Office, and Judge Advocate Gen Branch of Pakistan Army worked as a team.
Appointment of most suitable lawyer was difficult job in this case. There were different opinions.
The Army Chief took this responsibility and gave this responsibility to Khwar Qureshi.
Today once again Indian media didn’t show responsibility and announced self claims before verdict.
Pakistan media and relevant office-bearer showed great responsibility and only announced once the verdict was out.

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