At least 39 of officials from the Pakistani high Commission, returned home on Tuesday, diplomatic sources confirmed. This development came a week after India asked Pakistan to reduce the number of staff in the mission by 50%.
On Tuesday afternoon, a total of 143 citizens of Pakistan, including officials and family members went through the VAG-Attari border. India also evacuated 38 officials from the high Commission of India in Islamabad, which made up the VAG on Tuesday afternoon.
Mutual malice and tit-for-tat statements increased in recent weeks with the participation of officials posted in the missions. In the last week of may, India expelled two employees of the visa section of the mission in Pakistan after new Delhi police accused them of espionage.
June 15 two employees working in the high Commission of India in Islamabad was allegedly abducted by local security authorities. However, two persons who are employed as drivers, Dwimu Brahma and Paul Selvadhas was released on the same day, while India accuses Pakistan of attack them into custody.
Both Mr. and Mr. Selvadhas Brahma returned to India on June 22.
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