Pakistan has been dwarfed after its high commission officials were arrested on charges of surveillance. Pakistan has expressed regret to this matter. Pakistan has rejected the admonitions of espionage on two officials of the High Commission.
Pakistan has condemned the declaration of both officers as Persona-Non-Greta. Pakistan has said in a statement that declaring two officials of Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi as Persona-Non-Greta is India’s pre-planned action. It is part of propaganda against Pakistan.
Pakistan has said that two officials of the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi were caught by Indian officials on 31 May 2020 on false and baseless charges. However, he was released at the intervention of the High Commission. Pakistan says that its officers have been falsely and falsely accused.
Pakistan said that we reject India’s baseless allegations. This is a clear violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. This is a violation of the norms of diplomatic conduct. The Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi has always acted under international law and diplomatic norms.
2 officers caught on espionage charges
Let us know that two officers of the Pakistani High Commission have been caught on the charge of espionage. India has declared both as Persona-Non-Greta. Both have been asked to leave India by Monday. In this regard, an objection has also been issued to the Deputy Ambassador of Pakistan, which has been asked to ensure that no member of Pakistan’s diplomatic mission indulges in anti-India activities and behaves inconsistently with its position.
According to experts, the two persons have been known as Abid Hussain and Tahir Khan. While Abid is a resident of Sheikhpura in Punjab, Tahir is a resident of Islamabad.
Specialists said the duo was arrested in a joint operation by the Delhi Police and Military Intelligence. They have been handed over to the MEA now. Executives said a third Pakistani, a driver with the plan, was also detained during the process.
According to the statement, Pakistan’s Charge de Affaires was issued a demarche and a strong objection was lodged on the two directors whose actions were against India’s national safety.
“The Pakistan Charge de Affaires was asked to ensure that no part of its diplomatic mission should revel in activities unfriendly to India or behave in a practice contrary with their strategic status,” the statement continued.