New Delhi: In a strange state of affairs, two Indian High Commission officials in Islamabad have gone missing since Monday morning. New Delhi has reached out to the Pakistan government with the complaint and an investigation is underway. More details are awaited. Also Read - Watch: Pakistanis Sing 'Jana Gana Mana' & 'Vande Mataram' With Indians in London During Anti-China Protest

According to reports, both the officials were CISF drivers who were out on their regular duty in Islamabad. However, they never reached their destination and have been missing for at least two hours. Also Read - Raj Kapoor's Ancestral Haveli in Pakistan Under Demolition Threat as Owner Wants to Construct a Commercial Complex

However, this is not the first time such an incident has occurred. The Pakistan Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) is known to have followed Indian diplomats round-the-clock. Also Read - Pakistan Restores Bank Accounts of Hafiz Saeed, His Four Top Aides: Report

Interestingly, only 10 days ago, India had expelled two Pakistani diplomats from New Delhi on charges of espionage.“Two officials of the High Commission of Pakistan in New Delhi were apprehended today by Indian law enforcement authorities for indulging in espionage activities,” a press release issued by Ministry of External Affairs had stated.

However, there has been no official confirmation regarding a link between the two.