On Wednesday evening a government bill was passed by the pakistan's parliamentary standing committee of law and justice that seeks to review the conviction of Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who had sentenced to death by the military court for the false information on spying.

22 oct 2020

On Wednesday evening a government bill was passed  by the pakistan's   parliamentary standing committee of law and justice that seeks to review the conviction of Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who had sentenced to death by the  military court for the false information on spying.

Minister of law and justice Mr. Farogh Naseem told the committee that the bill, titled “the International Court of Justice (Review and Reconsideration) Ordinance”, in compliance with authority of the International Court of Justice .
Pervez Musharraf ( Former president ) introduced NRO to give relief to politicians against whom charges had been filed during a military rule in Pakistan.
Naseem argued before the committee that India had been looking for a way to file a disregard against Pakistan with the ICJ.

After the debate, the matter was settled down through voting. Eight members voted in favour of the bill, while five opposed it, allowing it to be passed.On Wednesday evening a government bill was passed by the pakistan's parliamentary standing committee of law and justice that seeks to review the conviction of Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who had sentenced to death by the military court for the false information on spying.
Minister of law and justice Mr. Farogh Naseem told the committee that the bill, titled “the International Court of Justice (Review and Reconsideration) Ordinance”, in compliance with authority of the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
Pervez Musharraf ( Former president ) introduced NRO to give relief to politicians against whom charges had been filed during a military rule in Pakistan.
After the debate, the matter was settled down through voting. Eight members voted in favour of the bill, while five opposed it, allowing it to be passed.