Kulbhushan Jadhav is retired Indian Navy officer, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court in 2017. Pakistan has labelled the charges of espionage and terrorism upon him and sentenced to death to him in 2017.
In a shocking move, Pakistan denied for consular access to Jadhav which was clear violation of Vienna Convention on Consular Relation, 1963.
Indian government approached the International Court of Justice, ICJ Hague in 2017 against the Pakistan's one sided decision.
Ultimately, in its latest verdict, the International Court of Justice, ICJ has stayed Kulbushan Jadhav's death sentence in its much awaited verdict.
Certainly it is another major victory for India on its neighbour Pakistan's hidden agenda for Indian Kulbushan Jadhav's issue.
The verdict by the ICJ, which clearly directs Pakistan to provide effective review to his issue and reconsideration of his conviction and sentences, are enough to support India's stance, for what India was crying to the world.
ICJ verdict is enough to support India's claim that Pakistan has violated Vienna Convention on Consular Relation, 1963 on several occassional. The Case of Kulbhushan Jadhav was not the exception for the same.