Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan joined Union Home Minister to address Pulwama terror attack repercussions on India-Pakistan relations. The Home Ministry is preparing a new dossier which will be shared with all Indian embassies, said the government sources.
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After meeting with Union Home Minister, Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria said that India’s ambassadors are in touch with other countries.”The Home Ministry is preparing a new dossier which will be shared with all Indian embassies to expose Pakistan’s lies”, informed sources.
India and Pakistan summoned their high commissioners for consultations as relations between the two countries spoiled after the deadly Pulwama terror attack. Meanwhile, Rajnath Singh also held a meeting with India’s ambassador to the United States of America, Harsh Vardhan Shringla.
These meetings come days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “India will make all diplomatic efforts to ensure that Pakistan is isolated internationally for supporting and sheltering terror organisations”.
As many as 40 countries have issued statements condemning the Pulwama attack. US President Donald Trump has also circulated a strong statement on the Pulwama attack and asked Pakistan to act against Jaish-e-Mohammad, a terror outfit based in Pakistan. Apart from the US, New Zealand’s parliament also passed a resolution condemning the Pulwama terror attack. France has said it stands with India to assure that Jaish chief is brought under the UN’s terror list.
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