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ICJ Ruling- The Big "Q" - will Pakistan Honour it???
  New Delhi: Whatever might be the answer to the above question which is more of Pakistan's  compliance than conjecture of time,the Indian Media as usual began to go gaga and almost declared a complete victory over Pak. As if, the ICJ verdict is final and it would reign Pak from indulging in its Rogue attitude.

The ICJ proceeding was, in fact, a show trial of an Indian national who was apprehended in circumstances that look dubious at best. ICJ never appeared in its judgement that it denied Pak's contention that Jadhav was spy. What it appeared to have directed that even spies and terrorists have human rights and as such Jadhav was entitled for "Fair" trial. ICJ recognised this to be the case at core and as such it's not yet proved he is an innocent civilian.

Will Pak comply with ICJ??

Remember it's a rogue state. With a slack sense of morality, it can approach UNSC for relief, where China, in all likelihood come to its rescue. It's veto in its favour would help Pak to disregard ICJ. If China vetoes the motion at UN, the matter would end there. There is nothing either UN  or India can do to force Pak to regard ICJ order, since UN has no mechanism, except impose sanctions. In that scenario India needs to do more diplomatic maneuvers. It would be tough, when looked back at the fate of our efforts to put international pressure on Pak, despite our leaders being on constant "Flight Mode", since resting power in New Delhi. ICJ has no means to ensure that its orders are enforced, except to go around to claim that Pak has legal obligation  to honour its directive. In the worst case scenario, which is far from unexpected in the case of rogue state like Pak, the Army can simply have their prisoner bumped off and plead innocence, instead of bothering legal notices.

Jadhav's case is just a guise for Pak to draw the attention of whole world on Kashmir....It's just a beginning...


Tags: ICJ verdict, Jadhav, International Court of Justice, ICJ, Kulbhushan Jadhav, Pakistan
 

    
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