The new wise man is seen behind the ICJ in the matter of the Kulbhushan Jadhav. The International Court of Justice, ICJ has today stayed the execution of the former Indian Navy officer, Kulbhushan Jadhav and we see new wise men in the store. Ronny Abraham has the presided verdict who has also earlier served as a judge in the court of justice of the European communities. He is said to be the wise men dealing the case and the reason who gives a chance of win to India over the proceedings.
Ronny Abraham is a member of the International Court of Justice since February 15th 2005. He got the post as the President of the court and has been serving at the court since February 6th 2015. The entire eyes are stuck on him in the matter and now after so many months the verdict is all expected to come as a great relief to Indian, Jadhav’s family and also to the PM Narendar Modi who withholds on getting satisfaction on the judgment made by the judge in the matter of Jadhav. Months have passed by in this matter and now it’s time for the final verdict to be made.
The verdict was further read by Abraham who says,” Pakistan Shall take all measures at its disposal to ensure that Mr. Jadhav is not executed pending the final decision in these proceedings.” The court also had informed Pakistan to take all of the measures in implementation of the present order. The Justice Abraham had also served as the Director of the Legal Affairs at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1998-2005 and this wise man had heard the arguments coming from both sides Indian and Pakistan and then further given his verdict of statement which calls for celebration time in India.
Talking more about the man, he spent his time in academics and then he served as a professor of the International law at the Paris Institute of Political Studies 1998. Further ads up his associate Professor degree at the University of Paris X-Nanterre where he served from 1997-2003. Well, the court today has decided on its verdict in the Jadhav’s matter and said,” the court also decides that, until it has given its final decision, it has hall remain seized of the matters which from the subject matter of this order.”