THE HAGUE: International Court of Justice (ICJ) will announce it reserved judgment over Indian Spy Kulbhushan Jadhav tomorrow (Wednesday).
As per details, the diplomatic sources have informed that the former Indian Navy officer had already confessed that he is tied with Indian Intelligence Agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and was assigned to incite sectarian and ethnic violence within the territory of Pakistan.
However, Pakistan’s long fought battle on the international level is yet to get an outcome by tomorrow as the ICJ is all set to announce its reserved judgment on Indian Spy’s matter tomorrow at the Peace Palace located in The Hague.
According to ICJ’s notification, the case’s verdict will be announced at 3 pm tomorrow.
The notification has also informed that the ICJ’s judge Abdul Qavi will announce the verdict in a public gathering.
Legal experts have claimed that there is a wide chance that Pakistan will be victorious in the case as it has already presented all the evidence pertaining to the case.
Meanwhile, India has failed to prove why the spy did possess two passports.
The Indian government can only be beneficial to getting councilor access for the nabbed former Indian Navy officer.
Earlier on February 21, ICJ concluded the hearing of Indian spymaster and naval personnel Kulbhushan Jadhav involved in terrorist activities around Pakistan in the ICJ.
Counsel from Pakistan Khawar Qureshi answered Indian advocate arguments regarding the spy.
The proceeding was concluded as attorney general Anwar Mansoor gave his final remarks. Later on, the ICJ reserved the verdict and fixed it to be announced on July 17.
On the other hand, the Indian counsel had completed arguments answering Pakistani arguments on July 16.