Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India submits written plea at ICJ
A four-member team of the Indian government on Wednesday handed over India's memorial, consisting of a written submission in Kulbhushan Jadhav case to the registrar office at the International Court of Justice at Hague.
India hopes the top court will declare the former Indian Navy officer's death sentence a breach of international law.
India has provided the details of egregious violation of Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963 by Pakistan. The submission has also explained the grounds for final relief, as outlined in India's initial prayer. The contents of the submission will not be made public.
Pakistan will submit a counter memorial on or before December 13.
Earlier, in its arguments before the court on May 15, India had expressed its fear that Pakistan could execute Jadhav even before the court gave its verdict.