‘Act of espionage’: India asks Pakistan High Commission to cut staff strength by 50%

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India on Tuesday once again summoned Pakistan’s Fee d’ Affaires Syed Haidar Shah and informed that New Delhi has repeatedly conveyed worry about activities of officials of his Substantial Percentage, stated the Ministry of Additional Matters (MEA).

In a assertion, the Ministry of External Affairs mentioned that the officers of Pakistan Substantial Commission have been involved in espionage and deals with terror organisation while adding that a pair of its authorities have been found red-colored-given and expelled on 31 May that has been an example.

The Ministry of Additional Affairs more claimed that the central federal government has made the decision to decrease employees energy inside the Pakistan Great Commission in New Delhi by 50 per cent. “It would reciprocally decrease its own existence in Islamabad on the same percentage,” it said, as documented by news firm ANI.

 

Pakistan is engaged in sustained campaign to scare officials of Indian Higher Percentage in Islamabad, mentioned the Ministry of Outside Issues.

Last month, India got expelled two Pakistan Higher Payment representatives here on charges of espionage. Following their expulsion, Pakistani agencies began harassing several Indian High Commission officials in Islamabad which include fee d’affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia.

 

The MEA also cited the current abduction of two Indian representatives in Islamabad and the “barbaric therapy” meted in the market to them by Pakistani companies. “The actions of Pakistan and its authorities is not in conformity with all the Vienna Convention and bilateral deals on the management of diplomatic and consular officers. On the other hand, it is really an intrinsic aspect of a bigger plan of supporting cross-boundary abuse and terrorism,” the MEA explained.

India’s expulsion of these two Pakistani officers and following harassment of Indian High Payment staffers in Islamabad by Pakistani firms arrived in the middle of frayed ties involving the two countries over the reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir by India.

Pakistan possessed downgraded diplomatic ties by expelling the Indian Great Commissioner in Islamabad subsequent India’s decision to take away specific position of Jammu and Kashmir in August last year.

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