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Sushma Swaraj Says "It's not fair" For What Harish Salve Charged In Kulbhushan Jadhav's Case

To save Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian who was charged with a death sentence by Pakistan's Military court, the Indian government is doing all that it can. Recently, a week ago, the External Affair Ministry approached the UN court of justice or the International Court of Justice in Netherlands, where the ICJ seems to be in favor as they stayed the death sentence from their side. This episode was the result of the hard work by the former Solicitor General of India, Harish Salve. The External Affair Minister, Sushma Swaraj last night tweeted and revealed how much the senior advocate is charging the government for representing Mr. Jadhav in the ICJ. It has been reported that advocate Salve spoke for nearly one-and-half hours in the International Court presenting Indian plea against the death sentence by the Pakistani court. Mr. Jadhav is accused of being an Indian spy on Pakistani land. Let us have a look and know, how much this dedicated attorney is charging the Indian government for this humongous case. 

Former Solicitor General, Harish Salve is representing India in the ICJ for the Jadhav case

Harish Salve, one of the most senior advocates in India is representing the country in the International Court of Justice filing a plea against the death sentence by the Pakistani court. He is fighting for the case of Kuslbhushan Jadhav who was accused of being an Indian spy on Pakistani land.But, can you guess how much this massive case has cost the government from Salve's side?

The External Minister of India posted a tweet revealing the fee that Salve is charging for the case

The cabinet minister, Sushma Swaraj tweeted last night revealing that the Harish Salve has charged the government only Rs.1/- as his fee.

As soon as the word got spread, a huge wave of appreciators flooded on Twitter.

This surely shows a good deed of Justice from Mr Salve's side. Whereas, there is an "immediate threat" that Pakistan will execute Jadhav even before the ICJ reaches any decision.