Friday, May 19, 2017

Kangaroo court

Yesterday Kulbhushan Jadhav's legal trial was going on at the International Court of Justice ( ICJ) . Kulbhushan Jadhav is a retired Indian navy officer .

Our neighbour country Pakistan arrested him on the charges of spying . A trial was done in the military court of Pakistan ( like that they say ) , which was referred as Kangaroo court and it has announced death sentence to Jadhav .

Anyone can tell that Pakistan mistakenly did this job . Anyway Jadhav has got the justice as India moved to ICJ and now death sentence is halted till final decision .

I wondered what is a kangaroo court ?

Kangaroo court is an unofficial court held by a group of people in order to try someone , especially without good evidence , as guilty of crime or misdemeanour .

Pakistan military court is correctly referred as a kangaroo court as there is no evidence and also they are not providing consular access to Jadhav.

What is my thinking is they have ( Pakistan ) already executed Jadhav . Otherwise even Jadhav will face the same situation as Sarabjit Singh who got killed by fellow prisoners without any reason .

Anything can happen in the country like Pakistan where army is stronger than the government. The rogue country like Pakistan has the support of another rogue country China .

I don't think Pakistan will obey the order of ICJ .

Just now, I saw in news channel that cricketer Mohd kaif got trolled in Twitter for hailing ICJ verdict. Kaif is an Indian and he did the right thing. Patriotism don't have religion . Always nation first.

I just saw the reply given by mohd kaif to the troller who asked him to change his name from mohd. Kaif has given the befitting reply to troller. But what I wonder is the troller why he was following kaif ?

We Indians don't differentiate between the persons on religion. The troller must be a Pakistani . These are the ones who give money to stone pelters in Kashmir to attack the armed forces who are working to restore the peace in the valley.

Shame on them !

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