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Indian Embassy officials in Pakistan return home after govt reduces staff strength

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Indian Embassy officials in Pakistan return home after govt reduces staff strength

Indian Embassy officials in Pakistan return home after govt reduces staff strength

Pakistan sent back Indian diplomatic staff after India asked the neighbouring country to reduce its diplomatic staff by half here.

The step came after the arrest of two Pakistani spies this month, which was followed by Pakistan torturing two of Indian officials.

The Indian High Commission officials reached Attari-Wagah Border to return home.

The officials reached Attari-Wagah Border in a bus.

Meanwhile, officials of Pakistan High Commission in India also reached the Attari-Wagah border to return to their own country.

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