India objects to Pak’s use of abusive language like ‘shameless’, ‘nonsense’ at ICJ

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The Hague: India on Wednesday strongly objected to the abusive language used by Pakistan’s counsel in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), urging the UN court to draw a redline.

Harish Salve, the former solicitor general of India while presenting India’s case before the ICJ, drew the court’s attention to the abusive language used by Pakistan through its counsel Khawar Qureshi on the second day of the hearing.

“The language echoed in this court, perhaps this Court may lay down some redlines. The transcript is peppered with words such as shameless, nonsense, disgraceful. India takes exception to being addressed in this fashion in an international court. India strongly objects to abusive language of Pakistan’s counsel,” Salve said as the International Court of Justice began the second round of public hearing in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case.

His sentencing evoked a sharp reaction in India.

On Wednesday, India will have a maximum of 90 minutes to submit its final arguments in the case.

On Wednesday, India will have a maximum of 90 minutes to submit its final arguments in the case.

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