India on Monday declared Pakistan as ‘No School Going Mission’ for the staff-members
of Indian High Commission in Islamabad.
The Indian government has asked all the staff members working at Indian High Commission in Islamabad to either return or send their school-going children back to India.
According to reports, the Indian High Commission in Pakistan has already communicated the decision to Pakistan’s Foreign Office and the school authorities.
The move by India comes in wake of the strife between the leaders of the two nations over the Kashmir issue.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s in a statement last week had said that he was waiting for the day when ‘Kashmir would become a part of Pakistan’.
“We are waiting for the day (when) Kashmir becomes (a part of) Pakistan,” Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had said.
Reacting strongly to his statement, Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj had said that ‘Pak PM’s dream won’t be realised till eternity’.
“The whole of India would like to tell PM of Pakistan that this dream won’t be realised even at the end of eternity,” she had said.