Two Indian High Commission Staff Members Went Missing In Pakistan

Two Indian High Commission Staff Members Went Missing In Pakistan

Highlights:

  • Two Indian High Commission staffers went missing in Pakistan
  • The two staffers are being reported to be CISF personnel
  • This incident comes days after India expelled 2 Pakistan High Commission officials charged with espionage

2 Indian High Commission staffers in Pakistan have gone missing since past couple of hours today, confirms reports. As per the reports, the Indian government has taken charge of the matter and is now in talks with the concerned authorities in Pakistan.

It was said that both the Indian High Commission staffers were CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) drivers who were out on duty in Islamabad. However, the drivers never reached their destination.

The former Indian Diplomat, Sharat Sabarwal, commenting on the report slammed Pakistan for being unable to observe the code of conduct.

A K Singh, the defence expert also criticised Pakistan saying that this is not the first time incident like this has occurred. He went on and said that Pakistan is a “rogue state”.

This incident took place less than 2 weeks after India expelled 2 Pakistani High Commission official in Delhi after charging them with espionage.

The two Pakistani High Commission officials who were expelled were working with the visa department in Delhi of the High Commission.

Reports claim that India even expelled “the driver of the expelled Pakistani (High Commission) operatives, Abid Hussain and Muhammad Tahir, as he was also involved in the spy ring.”

The driver, Javed Hussain, told the Indian agencies that he was driving both of the Pakistani High Commission officials in and around the National Capital.

Since India expelled the Pakistani operatives with the claim of espionage, Islamabad has registered a strong protest against India. So much so that they even summoned the Indian envoy to express their dissatisfaction.

Recently, an Indian diplomat was harassed by men in Pakistan. These men were said to be associated with ISI. These men associated with ISI waited outside the residence of Gaurav Ahluwalia, the Indian Charge d’Affaires and then followed his car, attempting to intimidate him. A video of this incident showed the diplomat’s car being chased.

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