New Delhi has complained to Pakistan about the sudden missing of two Indian high commission staffers in Islamabad days after India deported three Pakistani High Commission staffers from New Delhi accusing them of trying to attain information about Army troops movements.
Abid Hussain Abid, 42, an assistant in the Pakistani mission and Mohammad Tahir Khan, 44, a clerk, were expelled following their detention. The third was a driver, Javed Hussain, 36.
As per ANI, the two Indian officials have been missing since 8 AM.
Over the past few days, Pakistan has been spying on several Indian diplomats in Pakistan, the act, which India has been condemning ever since.
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Recently, the vehicle of India’s Charge d’affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia was chased by Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) member recently. A biker was seen following the official’s car.
Earlier, as per NDTV, the Indian High Commission in March has sent a protest note to the foreign ministry in Pakistan detailing about 13 instances of such following and spying.
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In the note, India asked Pakistan to put an end to such incidents and “investigate these incidents urgently and instruct the relevant agencies to ensure that similar incidents do not recur,” according to ANI.