Official sources mentioned that as many as 5 form of diplomatic communication (note verbale) had been issued to Pakistan to not block access to any Indian government website.
According to the sources, two incidents were highlighted in the note.
Foreign ministry officials said on Saturday that Islamabad has conveyed its decision not to send commerce minister Pervez Malik and his delegation to India for the WTO meeting on March 19-20.
In fact, India has issued another note verbale to Pakistan saying that its diplomats and other officials were under pressure on 7-8 events since past few days. This would be the second mini-ministerial meeting being hosted by India.
On the March 15, an official of the Indian mission and his family was aggressively followed by two men on motorbike while he was going to a restaurant.
Kumar said that India is looking into the issues raised by Islamabad, but said that at the same time, the Indian High Commission there has also been facing issues that were raised several months ago.More news: Plane crashes into a house in Phillipines, 10 killed
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New Delhi:India on Sunday lodged another protest with authorities in Pakistan following incidents of harassment of its diplomatic staff stationed in Islamabad.
Indian officials preferred to manage the situation by being quiet and using persistent diplomacy instead of flagging all the matter in the media. Reports in Pakistan suggested that the officials is unlikely to return soon to India.
He said the Pakistan High Commission shared with the external affairs ministry photographs identifying the individuals, who forcibly halted and took pictures of the officers but regrettably no positive action was taken by the Indian side so far.
It reported that "In other words, Pakistan recalled its envoy to New Delhi as a protest till the situation improves".
They also say that Indian diplomats in Pakistan have been subjected to lewd phone calls and messages in addition to unusually aggressive surveillance techniques. As a result of this, the High Commissioner of Pakistan Sohail Mahmood was asked to visit Islamabad at short notice for consultations.