The international court of Justice (ICJ) in Netherlands has delayed the death sentence of Indian spy till the complete investigation of the case on Thursday.
While delivering the verdict ICJ Judge Ronny said that Pakistan should have given consular access to India as per Viana Convention.
He further stated that the matter in which state denied to allow consular access may fall under the Viana Convention.
During the case Judge Abraham said that India had requested to Pakistan for the consular access, Pakistan had sought India’s assistance in the investigation, the ICJ Judge told.
An emergency meeting of ICJ holds after the India lodge its case; it requested the court to hold the death penalty of Jhadav given by Pakistani Court.
The Indian spy was arrested last month and was convicted of organizing terrorism in Balochistan and Karachi, Pakistan military court awarded him death penalty after his confession before the court.