The Islamabad High Court resumed hearing of the petition by Pakistan's Ministry of Law and Justice seeking appointment of a lawyer for Jadhav.
Jadhav, the 50-year-old retired Indian Navy officer, was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism in April 2017.
Pakistan has already provided consular access to the Indian High Commission twice and has taken all necessary steps for effective review and reconsideration in the case, the Foreign Office said.
At a media briefing, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said, "Pakistan is trying to link the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav with another prisoner's case."
Justice Minallah said in order to implement the ICJ judgement, the IHC had been waiting for a response from the Indian government since 'it is our duty to ensure fair trial'.
Bilateral relations hit another low as Pakistani forces suffered at least 10 casualties following retaliatory fire by the BSF, and Islamabad released a ‘confessional’ video by Kulbhushan Jadhav.
Jadhav is shown slamming Indian officials in new video, experts call it a pathetic attempt by Pakistan to buttress its case in the ICJ.
Kulbhushan Jadhav says his mother was threatened by Indian envoy in 'confessional' video released by Pakistan
The video was released days after India had hit out at Pakistan for violating understandings for the Jadhav-family meet and raised questions about the 47-year-old Indian national's well being.
Marri said Jadhav was in fact, “abducted from Iran by Pakistani state-sponsored religious proxies and handed over to Pakistani forces.”
Jadhav, a businessperson and a former Indian Navy officer is accused of being an agent of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). He was sentenced to death by a military court of Pakistan.
Jadhav, who is on death row in Pakistan for alleged spying, met his wife and mother in Islamabad in a carefully choreographed event that unfolded in tweets, photos and TV footage.
This is not the last meeting with Kulbushan Jadhav, will decide on consular access as well: Pakistan
Former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav met his wife and mother at the Foreign Office for around 40 minutes, but interacted through a glass panel and intercom.
Jadhav's family would be immediately travelling back to India via Oman. They will travel to Muscat on Oman Air and then will board Air India flight to New Delhi, Dawn news reported.
Pakistan said it would issue photos and a video of the meeting, which reportedly lasted for 30 minutes.
Pakistani authorities said today they have deployed sharpshooters at the foreign ministry's office where Indian death row prisoner Kulbhushan Jadhav will meet his wife and mother.