Frustrated India launches yet another failed diplomatic propaganda against Pakistan
ISLAMABAD - Officials of Indian High Commission in Islamabad have alleged continuous harassment by Pakistan security agencies in the heart of Pakistan's capital city.
According to report, on March 14, two Pakistani security agency personnel were seen keeping watch outside the residence of Naval Adviser of India. He was hosting a dinner at that time at his residence, DNA has reported.
Next day the naval adviser was aggressively tailed by two Pakistani security agency personnel.
In another incident, staff member of Indian High Commission who was looking into arrangements for moving house of the Second Secretary was approached by a person who inquired, in an intimidating manner, about details of the occupants of the house, the time of vacating of the house and the procedure followed to rent the house.
India High Commission has sent a strongly worded note verbal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), Pakistan.
India on Monday had issued a Note Verbale to Pakistan Foreign Ministry saying Pakistani agencies are "harassing and tailing" Indian diplomats in Islamabad again.
According to the note, India cited 13 instances of harassment in the month of March itself and asked Pakistan to stop such incidents and investigate the matter.