In the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav: Pakistan last week voted in favor of 68 other countries, including India, in support of the proposal in which it has been said that ICJ’s Avina Judgment should be implemented fully and immediately.
One step in Pakistan may be heavy for him in the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav. In fact, last week Pakistan has voted in favor of a court decision, which India had referred to in the case of Jadhav. In this case, India’s stand can be strong in the Jadhav case. This is being considered as a self-goal made by Pakistan in the Jadhav case. Let’s understand what is the whole matter after all.
In the case of non-consensual access to Indian citizen Jadhav, who was allegedly sentenced to death for alleged spying in Pakistan, India had mentioned the decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in relation to the 2004 Avina and other Mexican citizens. In this case, the US proved to be accused of violating the Vienna Convention. He did not give casual access to Mexican nationals who were sentenced to death.
In the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav
Our Associate newspaper, Times of India, has come to know that Pakistan has voted 68 other countries, including India, in support of the United Nations’s proposal last week, in which it has been said that ICJ’s full and immediate implementation of the Avina Judgment Go. In fact, even after 14 years, the US has not yet implemented the order of ICJ.
Let me know that ICJ is the main judicial branch of the United Nations. In the ICJ, the Jadhav case is to be heard in February 2019, till the last verdict, Pakistan had put Jadhav on death sentence. Official sources say that India will also raise the issue of Pakistan’s vote in support of the Akina Judge before the ICJ.
A government source said, “The question for Pakistan is that if she wants to implement the Avina Judge, who is the focal point of the position of India, why is she denying the same ICJ ruling in Jadhav case?” He said that Pakistan has voted against its own position. Earlier, he has been saying that Jadhav does not come under the jurisdiction of ICJ. It is worth mentioning that Jadhav has been sentenced to death by a Pakistani court after being described as an Indian spy. After this Pakistan did not allow India to have diplomatic access to Jadhav.
What is Avina Case?
Avina Case is about 54 citizens of Mexico, who were sentenced to death in different states of the United States. Mexico started legal proceedings against the US in January 2003. Mexico said that its citizens were arrested and heard and convicted and sentenced to death, which is not under Article 36 of the Vienna Convention (like Jadhav Case). The United States opposed it but the court blamed him for violating the Vienna Convention. The ICJ had said in its decision that the US should rethink the conviction and give concierge access to Mexico.
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