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Pakistan summons HC from India for consultation over diplomats' harassment
Pakistan summons HC from India for consultation over diplomats' harassment
Last Updated at: 5 month(s) ago
Islamabad: Pakistan has summoned its High Commissioner from India for consultation on the issue of harassment of its diplomats in New Delhi, said a statement issued by the Pakistan Foreign Office.

Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Faisal stated during his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday.

He told that Pakistan’s Deputy High Commissioner’s vehicle carrying his children was stopped for 40 minutes.

The spokesperson further stated that the deliberate bullying is not confined to a single isolated event, but continues unabated in a series of incidents, while picture evidence is also present.

Dr Muhammad Faisal clarified that neither any such incident occurred with Indian diplomats in Pakistan nor Indian High Commission has informed them of such situation.

The FO spokesperson said while giving a stern warning that Pakistan can go to any limits for the safeguard of its diplomats.

The spokesperson urged that India should practice local politics in its own country and should not involve Pakistan in its elections. “No mention of India is made in the politics and elections of Pakistan. Indian political parties should also follow this act,” he asserted.

He told that Pakistan is neither included in the race of weapons in South Asia nor has any competition with India in this regard.

“India poses a threat to regional peace through the race of weapons. Iran has offered Pakistan to participate in Chahbahar port development. Gawadar and Chahbahar are sister ports,” he said.

“Pakistan is considering initiating political consultation with Bangladesh. Steps are also being taken to improve ties with Russian federation,” he declared.

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