He also said that Pakistan will not take any dictation on the issue and take decisions as per its interests.
Quaderi said as a prime minister Sharif has "failed totally" while a Pakistan military court has sentenced Jadhav to death in a frivolous case.
"None has the right to dictate us about our security", he said.
Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a secretive military court in Pakistan on charges of alleged espionage, could have been sent to the gallows by now.
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India slamming Pakistan for carrying out a secretive trial said Jadhav was not a Research and Analysis Wing spy, as claimed by Islamabad, and vowed to do everything necessary to secure his release.
The Adviser said that Kulbhushan Yadav was using fake passport in Pakistan and was involved in numerous subversive activities to destabilize Pakistan.
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Washington has offered a $5-million reward for information leading to Hapilon's capture, but he has proved elusive. He is a commander of the Abu Sayyaf militant group and was wounded by a military airstrike in January.
He, however, added that Pakistan would further strengthen its legal team and that it would go forward into the case with full preparation.
He also cautioned the Pakistani media not to pick up everything India is saying.
"Now it is certain that Pakistan will approach the ICJ for deciding the Kashmir dispute, and it will then hardly lie in our mouth to object to the jurisdiction of ICJ". "The court wanted to be satisfied whether commander Jadhav had been denied consulor access, which he had", he said.
"It wasn't possible for Pakistan to appoint an ad hoc judge in such a short time".
The Foreign Office was criticised for its "poor handling" of the case and for its choice of Qureshi as counsel.
"We will go with a strong team in the next hearing", Aziz added. Pakistan was given only five days to prepare the case.