India Issues Another Note Verbale to Pakistan Foreign Ministry as Agencies Continue to 'Harass and Tail' Indian Diplomats
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New Delhi, March 20: India has issued another note verbale to Pakistan Foreign Ministry saying that Pakistani agencies are continuing to harass and tail Indian diplomats in Islamabad including the Indian Naval adviser. India has also urged Pakistan to investigate the matter, said reports. India Cancels Coast Guard Meet With Pakistan After Pulwama Terror Attack.

According to the note, India cited 13 instances of harassment in the month of March itself and asked Pakistan to stop such incidents and investigate the matter. India Issues Note Verbale to Pakistan Foreign Ministry Over Harassment of Indian Diplomats.

On March 8, a First Secretary was aggressively tailed by Pakistani security agency personnel in a car while proceeding from the Chancery to the bank. On the same day, the Naval Adviser was aggressively tailed by Pakistani security agency in a car while proceeding from Chancery to his residence, the note read.

The note also cited instances of two Indian officers receiving a number of hoax calls during the last few days.

On March 9, Deputy High Commissioner was aggressively tailed by Pakistani security agency personnel on a motorcycle. The following day, the Deputy High Commissioner was again aggressively followed by personnel on a motorcycle while going from his residence to a market, the note mentioned. (With Agency Inputs)