Pakistan will provide diplomatic access tomorrow

Controversy over the issue of giving diplomatic access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian citizen jailed in Pakistan, has stopped. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said that Jadhav will be provided diplomatic access tomorrow or Monday. The Pak Foreign Ministry said that the decision has been taken on the basis of the Vienna Treaty on Diplomatic Relations, the International Adalaya (ICJ) decision and the laws of Pakistan.
However, earlier on August 1, Pakistan's Foreign Office had said that a retired Indian Navy officer sentenced to be hanged would be given diplomatic access the next day. In the meeting held on August 2, differences between India and Pakistan on the terms of diplomatic access to Jadhav were not resolved. India told Pakistan that diplomatic access should be granted unhindered and in line with the ICJ order.

Explain that on July 17, the international court ordered Pakistan to convict Kulbhushan Jadhav and effectively review and reconsider the sentence. Simultaneously, the court asked for grant of diplomatic access to India without delay.

Pakistan has been denying diplomatic access

Pakistan has always denied diplomatic access to Jadhav. India continued to appeal to meet its citizens by citing the Treaty of Vienna, but Pakistan turned it down. Under international pressure, he had Jadhav meet his mother and wife, but he also made a spectacle which was criticized internationally and domestically.