Kulbhushan Jadhav’s execution was stayed by the International court of Justice yesterday. This was a huge diplomatic win for India and a massive loss for Pakistan. The world court proved that no one was ready to buy Pakistan’s side of the argument. India’s top most lawyer Harish Salve was credited for arguing on Jadhav’s behalf. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was personally called by PM Modi yesterday.

The Nation was singing in one voice. But obviously there were people (internal enemies) and people across the border who were not happy with the stay. The ICJ also asked Pakistan to keep the World Court updated on Kulbhushan Jadhav’s execution.

Pakistan which has adamantly stated in the past that Jadhav was a R&AW agent, had no proof to prove their allegation. External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj made it clear that India’s approach would be strong & they would not let Pakistan have the final word on Jadhav’s execution.

Former Indian Cricketer Mohammed Kaif also tweeted after the ICJ stayed the execution of Jadhav.

Pakistani nationals that have come up with the novel concept of religious unity, believe that Indian Muslims should celebrate only when India is in a state of crisis. One particular Pakistani national trolled Kaif by trying to bring in the religious angle.

Kaif had an epic response and we hope that all the Islamic fanatics are reading

Get a life, Aamir.

The Sultan of Multan, Virender Sehwag also joined in & handed Pakistan a tight slap. Sehwag who is known for his witty replies on twitter, had the best response to a Pakistani troll. He hit out at the country & the cricket team in one tweet.

Ek teer se do shikar.

Pakistan never stops trolling..

Twitter king Sehwag’s epic reply

Pakistan can’t beat us on the field. in fact, they can’t beat us in any field.

See you at the ICC.

Until then, go sing ‘Mauka Mauka’


Alok Shetty

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