Two Indian staff members working at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad have been absent since Monday morning. The Indian High Commission has raised this issue with the Pakistani specialists.
The two were distinguished as a CISF security official and a driver.
The episode comes days after two Pakistani authorities at the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi were blamed for secret activities and expelled. The two authorities, Abid Hussain and Muhammad Tahir were gotten by Delhi Police while they were getting touchy archives identifying with India’s security establishments from an Indian national in return for cash, official sources said in New Delhi.
This is the first run through the following four years that such an occurrence of removing authorities of the Pakistan High Commission has occurred. In October 2016, India and Pakistan had removed authorities from one another’s missions for spying. Pakistan had gathered a senior Indian negotiator to enroll a solid dissent over the choice.
India and Pakistan downsized their conciliatory ties in August a year ago after Jammu and Kashmir’s uncommon status under Article 370 was denied. The two nations have reviewed their High Commissioners, and Deputy High Commissioners currently go about as the head of the mission.