New Delhi: Pakistan has devised their strategy on how they are going to plead their point of view in the public hearing on Monday before the International Court of Justice over the conviction of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.
After hectic consultations for two days with the Foreign Office and law ministry officials, Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf has sent a set of recommendations to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif .
There are reports that Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf is expected to lead the Pakistan side before the ICJ but he indicated that they may hire someone from abroad, the best minds on international law to advance Pakistan’s standpoint.
“We have sent our recommendations to the Prime Minister’s Office and the Foreign Office,” Dawn quoted Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf as saying.
Stressing on the need to keep the suggestions, arguments and options confidential so that the other side might not know the strategy being devised, the attorney general said a robust reply would be advanced by Pakistan in a forceful manner, refuting all allegations leveled against it and also pointing out atrocities India was getting away with committing in Kashmir.