Tribune Information Service
New Delhi, October 1
The Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) sought to elucidate away the protests in entrance of the Indian Excessive Fee in Islamabad as an try by the Pakistani authorities to use the loss of life of 11 Pakistani Hindus in India.
Earlier, the Pakistan International Workplace had summoned the Indian Performing Excessive Commissioner on studies of 11 displaced Hindus from Pakistan having died in August after being fed a poisonous substance.
Reacting to the demonstrations, MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava alleged that they had been staged by individuals who “claimed to be part of the Hindu group” and was “exploited” by the Pakistani authorities to additional its personal anti-India propaganda.
It was the duty of the Pakistani authorities to make sure the security and safety of the Indian Excessive Fee and its personnel, he added.
President of the Pakistan Hindu Council and a serving parliamentarian from Sindh, Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, who led the demonstration, has demanded that India present entry for a probe workforce from Pakistan.
In the meantime, reacting to Pakistan’s criticism of the Babri Masjid verdict, the MEA stated India was a mature democracy the place the federal government and residents abide by the verdicts of the courtroom and present respect for the rule of legislation.
“It might be tough for a system with a coercive equipment the place folks and the courts might be silenced on the will of the institution, to know such democratic ethos,” stated Srivastava.