Pakistan has called back its High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood in India for discussion on Monday. Sohail has been called among the diplomatic tensions between the two countries after the suicide attack in Jammu and Kashmir. In the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama, 49 soldiers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were martyred. Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal tweeted, “We have called our High Commissioner in India for consultation. He left New Delhi this morning. ‘
The attack on February 14 was taken by Pakistan-sponsored Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). On Friday, New Delhi had summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner and gave a “very strong reaction” to the attack and had registered diplomatic protests. Foreign Secretary Vijay Keshav Gokhale had told him to take immediate and proven action against Pakistan & JeM. At the same time, it was also asked to immediately stop the terrorism and its affiliated persons and groups from Pakistan on its soil. India has withdrawn the status of the most preferential nation (MFN) from Pakistan and imposed an import duty of 200 percent on all items coming from Islamabad.
PM Modi said after the attack that he would make Pakistan lonely across the world. There is anger in the country after the assault attack and in such a situation the security of the Pakistan High Commission in Delhi was tightened too. The Indian government has also withdrawn the security of some separatists in Kashmir. There is a continuous clash with the terrorists hidden in Kashmir. The Indian Army has also piled up the attack mastermind.