Indian diplomats harassed in Islamabad, New Delhi complains to Pakistan govt
India has taken up with Pakistan the issue of harassment of Indian personnel in Islamabad and obstruction in the discharge of their duties days after 2 Pakistani diplomats of the Pakistani mission were expelled.
There were reports from Islamabad of Pakistani ISI personnel aggressively tailing the vehicles of Indian diplomats, including chargé d’affaires Gaurav Ahluwalia, and behaving in an intimidating manner outside their residences in Islamabad, the people cited above said on condition of anonymity.
“The matter of harassment of Indian personnel and obstruction in their normal functioning is being taken up through established diplomatic channels,” a person said.
There are several videos that are shared on social media showing a Pakistani intelligence personnel on motorcycle tailing Indian diplomat.
As per sources India had expelled two officials of the Pakistan high commission on May 31, after they were detained by law enforcement authorities on charges of engaging in espionage.
These Pakistani diplomats were allegedly trying to obtain classified materials on Indian security installations, and a case was registered against them under the Official Secrets Act. The detentions were the result of an operation jointly mounted by Delhi Police and Military Intelligence.