Pakistan Harasses Indian Diplomats After The Air Fight
In the hands of ISI, Indian diplomats and other staff who are part of the embassy in Pakistan were subjected to harassment after the aerial fight between India-Pak. Two Indian officers, on their way to an embassy in the diplomatic enclave on February 28 in an Indian high commission car, were tailed aggressively before they were intercepted by Pakistan security agency officials in the middle of the road.
Speaking in anger, according to the formal protest lodged by India with the Pakistan foreign ministry, one of them told the Indian officers, “we have taken 2 of you down and you people are creating problems and not behaving.”
Pakistan on February 27th claimed that they shot down 2 Indian aircraft and captured pilots. It later turned out to be only 1 aircraft and pilot.
"Such incidents of harassment of family members of diplomats are in violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961. The esteemed ministry may kindly note that the safety and security of Indian high commission, its officers, staff members, and their families are the responsibility of the government of Pakistan," said India's protest note, while requesting Pakistan foreign ministry to probe the incidents and share the outcome with Indian officials.