Indian High Commissioner (HC) Ajay Bisaria is expected to leave Pakistan on Thursday (today), after being expelled in the light of National Security Committee (NSC) decisions, citing diplomatic sources.
Bisaria will leave for India through Wagah border. He remained Indian HC to Pakistan for 19 months and 25 days.
According to a statement released by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Government of India has been told to withdraw its High Commissioner to Pakistan.
“The Indian government has also been informed that Pakistan will not be sending its High Commissioner-designate to India,” reads a press release.
Earlier, the National Security Committee (NSC) meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan took some important decisions to counter the Indian move and decided to suspend all bilateral trade with India.
As per details, the NSC meeting discussed the situation arising out of unilateral and illegal actions by the Indian government, situation inside Indian Occupied Kashmir and along Line of Control (LOC).