- Kulbhushan Jadhav is an Indian national sentenced to death in Pakistan
- Decision now rests with Pakistan army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa
- Pakistan has not allowed consular access to Mr Jadhav yet
A military court in Pakistan had sentenced Mr Jadhav to death in April, accusing him of spying. India has rubbished the allegations.
Following an appeal by India, the International Court of Justice in The Hague has asked Pakistan to hold off the execution of Mr Jadhav till it reached its final verdict. The court also agreed with India that Pakistan had illegally withheld consular access to Mr Jadhav.
But even after the International Court's interim order, Pakistan has not allowed consular access to Mr Jadhav and there has been no progress through diplomatic channels.
Pakistan has argued that spies are not entitled to consular access following an agreement made with India in 2008.
Pakistan claims Mr Jadhav was arrested from the restive Balochistan province on March 3. India said the former Navy officer was kidnapped from Iran, where he was running a successful business.