ICJ issued no order to provide Jhadav consular access, says Sartaj
ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaz Aziz on Saturday said that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has not issued any order with regard to consular access to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jhadav.
“New Delhi will not succeed in its nefarious designs to hide subversive activities of its spy Kulbhushan Jhadav,” talking to editors and senior anchors in Islamabad.
He said that Pakistan has strong position regarding merit over the case of Indian spy. No pronouncement has yet been made on merit and jurisdiction of the ICJ, he said adding, our position is strong in this regard.
Sartaj said that Jhadav was convicted as per law and constitution of Pakistan and our stance against the Indian spy is based on truth and reality.
He said that Kulbhushan Jhadav was using fake passport in Pakistan and was involved in numerous subversive activities to destabilize Pakistan.
The advisor said that when there will be matter of our national interest and security then there will be no any compromise.
He said that we will try for early hearing of this case in the ICJ and will present our stance with full preparation.
“Visit of Jindal to Pakistan was a private visit and this visit has nothing to do with the case,” he said.
The advisor said that Pakistan wants amicable resolution of Kashmir issue in line with United Nations resolutions.
He said that Islamabad will continue its political, moral and diplomatic support to Kashmiri people in their just struggle for right to self-determination.