On day one of the four-day long public hearing in the high-profile case of Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav which began at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Monday amid heightened tension between India and Pakistan post Pulwama terror attack, India accused the belligerent neighbour of violating the Vienna Treaty. 

MyNation takes a look at the 10 most significant takeaways from the Indian argument at the hearing:

1. Former Solicitor General Harish Salve, representing India, said, “It is such an unfortunate case where the life of an innocent Indian is at stake.” 

2. Salve added, “Pakistan's claims are based only on implications and not on facts.” Salve said that keeping Jadav in constant detention without diplomatic contact should be declared unlawful.

3. There is no doubt that Pakistan is using it as a propaganda and Pakistan should have allowed diplomatic contact without delay, Salve argued. 

4. India had sent 13 reminders to Pakistan to let Jadav meet Indian diplomats, but Islamabad refused. 

5. Pakistan claims that its security forces had arrested Jadav on March 3, 2016 from the troubled Balochistan province when he allegedly entered Iran. However, India says that Jadav was abducted from Iran, where he had business interests after his retirement from the Indian Navy. India responded strongly against Jadav's death sentence.

6. In the hearing, India accused Pakistan of using ICJ as a means to further its propaganda. 

7. Salve said that Pakistan had filed an FIR a month after Jadav's arrest. “In April 2016, an FIR was lodged against Jadav and in May 2016 Jadav was interrogated and India had sent a reminder to diplomatic contacts in May, June and July.”

8. India sent 13 reminders to Pakistan asking for permission of diplomatic contact but to no avail.

9. Salve added that Pakistan was embarrassed as the charges framed against Jadav were fake and it was getting exposed.

10. He also said that Pakistan never told Jadav about his rights.