Gaurav Ahluwalia the Indian diplomat to Pakistan was chased by a member of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). According to reports, ISI has stationed multiple persons in cars and bikes outside his residence to harass and intimidate him. In March, the Indian High Commission in Pakistan sent a strong protest note to the foreign ministry in Islamabad protesting against the continuing harassment of its officers and staff by Pakistani agencies. India had asked Pakistani authorities to investigate these incidents urgently and instruct the relevant agencies to ensure that similar incidents do not recur. India had asked Pakistani authorities to investigate these incidents urgently and instruct the relevant agencies to ensure that similar incidents do not recur. It stated that such incidents of harassment were in clear violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 and that the safety and security of Indian High Commission officers, staff members, and their families is the responsibility of the Pakistan government. On May 31, law enforcement agencies caught red-handed two Pakistani officials, Abid Hussain and Mohammad Tahir in New Delhi, spying on the Indian Army. The duo used to meet Indian defense personnel as businessmen to get information for decoy news reporters. Both were declared persona non grata and were deported to Pakistan While the world is already from coronavirus pandemic Pakistan is still not getting over its malicious acts to harm India and it’s citizens.
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