Two officials of Indian High Commission go missing in Pakistan.
Two officials of Indian High Commission go missing from Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. Both of the officials are unreachable for the past few hours. The two officials went missing while on official work in Islamabad on Monday morning. Pakistani authorities have taken the matter to investigate the missing officials case.
“A vehicle with two Central Industrial Security Force drivers, which had gone out for duty, did not reach the destination. Since then, they are missing,” says sources.
According to sources Indian side has lodged a complaint regarding this matter. The two officials of Indian High Commission who went missing are CISF drivers. They are unreachable since 8:30 am while out on duty.
“Two Indian High Commission officials are missing since morning while on official work. Pakistani authorities are looking into the matter,” says a Indian High Commission spokesperson from Islamabad.
The news of the officials going missing came into light when they didn’t reach their destination. The Commission officials tried to make contact with both the officials but couldn’t connect with them.
Indian Diplomats Slam Pakistan.
Several Indian diplomats are now slamming Pakistan for not following the code of conduct. AK Singh, Defence expert criticizes Pakistan saying that such incidents often occur in Pakistan. He also calls Pakistan a “rogue state”.
Many Indian diplomats have been a victim of chasing and harassment by Pakistan’s spy agency – ISI. Currently there is suspicion that ISI is keeping a close watch on Acting Indian High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia’s residence.
Pakistani Spies Caught in India.
Just a couple of days back, Pakistan High Commission officials were caught red-handed in the national capital. The Pakistani officials were spying and trying to gain access to important information.The spies were immediately deported back to Pakistan.
The authorities have warned Pakistan for carrying out such hideous activities. Indian government has also asked the Islamabad authorities to ensure safety of the Indian diplomats and High Commission staff. The Ministry of External Affairs has sought a response from the Pakistan government on the matter of missing CISF officials.