Since the stay order has been pronounced by the ICJ, there has been severe criticism of the Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) for its "poor handling" and also for selecting Khawar Qureshi to represent Pakistan's case at the ICJ.
On Thursday, the Hague-based court had stayed the execution of Jadhav, 46, who had been sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of spying.
Pakistan had assigned the best and highly professional lawyer to fight the case, said the minister, also cautioning the media to play a responsible role in reporting on the issues related to national security.
Former Pakistan attorney, General Irfan Qadir told Dawn that the country's lawyers, who argued the case at ICJ, were "inexperienced".
The case - a rare foray for the two South Asian nations into the worldwide courts - has highlighted the recent sharp upsurge in tensions between the nuclear-armed rivals.
However, reacting on ICJ's order, Pakistan while challengig the authority of ICJ said that it cannot be a party to Pakistan's national security. India says he was kidnapped by Pakistan while he was in Iran. "This was a game which started after Jindal's visit to Pakistan", she said.
"It is appropriate for the court to order that Pakistan take all measures at its disposal to ensure Mr Jadhav is not executed before this court has given its final decision", court president Ronny Abraham said on Thursday.
He also ordered Pakistan to inform the tribunal that it has implemented the decision, and stressed that ICJ decisions are binding on all state members.
The Hague rejected the Pakistani argument that ICJ had no jurisdiction to hear the case and asserted that the proceedings will be carried out.
But Pakistan said it did not accept the United Nations court's jurisdiction in matters related to its national security.
In an emergency hearing on Monday, India had accused Pakistan of "egregious violations of the Vienna convention" by denying Mr Jadhav, a former navy officer, of legal counsel and consular access and refusing to reveal the charges or evidence against him. He added the rights invoked by India under the Vienna Convention are plausible.
The statement said Pakistan would take the case to the "logical end" and that India had no substance in the case.
India said Thursday, there was no ambiguity in ICJ's judgment, which it said created a legally binding global obligation on Pakistan.