New Delhi, Mar 18: Officials of the Indian High Commission in Pakistan continued to be harassed in the neighbouring country on Sunday, said sources. Four officials of the Indian High Commission were followed by men on two bikes who tried to intimidate them, said sources, as reported by ANI. The officials were on their way to Aabpara market. Also Read - CBSE Class 12 Results Declared: Meet Tushar Singh From DPS Who Scores 500/500 Without Tuition

Sources also alleged that the High Commission’s website doesn’t run smoothly and is “intermittently blocked,” hindering normal functioning of the mission in Pakistan. Sources also said that the Mission had shared these concerns with the Pakistan government and sought an inquiry into the incidents of intimidation. It had also asked for the report of the investigation to be shared with it, said sources. Also Read - BTC vs SKK Dream11 Team Hints, Finnish Premier Cricket League T20 2020: Captain And Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips Bengal Tigers CC vs SKK Stadin ja Keravan Kriketti at Kerava National Cricket Ground at 8:30 PM IST Monday July 13

Earlier in the day, the Second Secretary was reportedly “aggressively followed” by unidentified people in a car driving too close while he was on his way to Chhaye Khana restaurant. They said even a video was shot using mobile phone. India and Pakistan have been trading charges of harassment of the staff of their respective missions. Just a few days ago, Pakistan had called back its High Commissioner to India, Sohail Mahmood, to discuss the alleged harassment of its staff in New Delhi. Pakistan had alleged that the car of one its senior diplomats, while it was ferrying children to school, had been stopped on the road. Also Read - Punjab Lockdown Extension News: State Bans Public Gatherings of All Kinds