Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian citizen who is on death row in Pakistan, can appeal against his sentence in high court. This after the Pakistani parliament passed a law on Wednesday, complying with an order of the International Court of Justice (ICJ). A Pakistani military court had sentenced Jadhav to death for espionage in 2017. India calls the allegation baseless, saying Jadhav, a retired Navy officer, was kidnapped from Iran. India then moved ICJ and got a stay on his execution.
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