India ask its diplomats to withdraw kids from Pakistani schools

India ask its diplomats to withdraw kids from Pakistani schools

NEW DELHI: In yet another indication of developing threatening vibe between the two countries over late advancements in held Kashmir, India has asked its negotiators and different authorities to pull back their children from nearby schools in Islamabad.

Indian authorities can either send their children back to India or return themselves, Times of India citing official sources gave an account of Monday.

“What it means is that no Indian authority situated in Pakistan can have his or her kids living with them. The individuals who look for a posting in Pakistan will need to remember that as well,” an authority here told TOI. Life partners, be that as it may, can stay in Pakistan until further notice.

There are around 50 offspring of Indian authorities as of now considering in Islamabad’s American School. Indian authorities did not preclude the likelihood of a “one good turn deserves another” reaction by Islamabad as review of offspring of Pakistan negotiators from India.

“It is an ordinary practice for all nations to survey staffing and related approaches for their political missions, incorporating into perspective of winning circumstances at those stations. With impact from this scholarly session, authorities posted in the High Commission of India in Islamabad have been instructed to make game plans for training regarding their wards outside Pakistan, till further notice,” said MEA representative vikas Swarup