Islamabad: The High Court has given India until January 14 to advocate for Clubbhushan.
A bigger bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Islamabad High Court Justice Athar Minallah Athar Minallah, heard the applying to nominate a lawyer for Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav. Attorney General Khalid Javed Khan appeared on behalf of the federation whereas Barrister Shah Nawaz Noon appeared earlier than the courtroom on behalf of the Indian High Commission.
The Attorney General advised the courtroom that for India, our provide of consular entry to Clubbhushan continues to be accessible, if the Indian High Commission desires to talk, it could actually achieve this by means of its lawyer.
The lawyer of the Indian High Commission said that conferences are underway in New Delhi to nominate a lawyer within the Clubbhushan case. The Indian High Commission says that after we have been prepared, we weren’t given the related paperwork.
The Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court remarked that this courtroom desires the necessities of a good trial to be met within the context of the International Court of Justice, the choice of the International Court of Justice within the Clubbhushan case will likely be applied in any case. The courtroom gave India till January 14 to develop into Clubbhushan's lawyer. The courtroom gave India till January 14 to advocate for Clubbhushan.