Appoint lawyer for Jadhav, Pak tells India


Islamabad, April 16

Pakistan on Friday again urged India to appoint a lawyer to represent death row convict Kulbhushan Jadhav to implement the verdict of the International Court of Justice.

The Islamabad High Court , while hearing the case, asked the Foreign Office (FO) to approach India about appointing a counsel and clarifying the issue of jurisdiction of the case being heard by the court. FO spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said, “We once again urge India to cooperate with the Pakistani courts by appointing a lawyer for Jadhav.” — PTI



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