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Mar 18, 2018
8:17AM

India again asks Pak to investigate incidents related to harassment of Indian officials in Islamabad

India has asked Pakistan government to investigate the incidents related to harassment of its officials in Indian High Commission in Islamabad. Sources said, Indian High Commission in Islamabad today sent another note verbale to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan protesting against the intimidation and harassment of its officials. This was the 12th Note Verbale this year on the subject. According to the sources, two incidents were highlighted in the note.
On 17th March, Harassment of some of the officials reported who had gone for shopping to the Blue Area in Islamabad and two people aggressively followed them and hurled abuses. On 15th March, another officer and his family were aggressively followed by two men on the motorbike when he was going to a restaurant.

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