According to the channel, citing Pakistani officials, the country's High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood was summoned home for consultations in protest against India's inaction on the incidents.
In a comment to Sputnik, an Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman characterized the recall of the Pakistani High Commissioner as "routine," noting that Indian diplomats in Islamabad also face harassment, while the number of incidents has been on the rise since last year's renewed tensions in Kashmir.
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The relations between India and Pakistan have been tense ever since the partition of British-controlled territories into two separate countries in 1947. India and Pakistan each lay claim to a portion of the Kashmir region, which has often been a source of conflict between the two countries.