A crisp column undermined to inundate India-Pakistan match on Tuesday, this time over cricket, with India set to deny consent for five out of seven Pakistani ambassadors to visit Kolkata for the T20 World Cup match on Saturday as they are all either people from Inter-Services Intelligence or safeguard joins at the Pakistan high commission.
Pak Diplomats Denied Entry for India-Pakistan Match in Kolkota
Sources said New Delhi wouldn’t let either ISI members or Pakistani protection connects to visit Kolkata. That was the reason permission was precluded to five from securing the seven Pakistani representatives to visit Kolkata.
The official said that proper steps would be taken and the “Indian deputy high commissioner in Islamabad will likewise be summoned”.
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Then IANS has learnt relaibly that the outer undertakings service has denied authorization to the representatives being referred to as they have a place with the Inter-Services Intelligence and there travel represented a security risk.
Islamabad looked for permission from the MEA for seven ambassadors to go to Kolkata. India’s turn comes only two days in front of a meeting between Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif’s outside issues guide Sartaj Aziz and outer undertakings priest Sushma Swaraj on the sidelines of the Saarc ecclesiastical gathering in Pokhara, Nepal
It is unfortunate that India, despite being the host of the World Cup, is refusing to fulfill it’s obligations and creating hurdle, said Official Pakistan High Commission.