India has not forced any limitation on pioneers going to Pakistan, says outer undertakings service

By: Anoj Yadav
17 Feb 2018

New Delhi: India has said that it didn't forced any confinements on pioneers venturing out to Pakistan in the midst of elevated pressures between the two countries following a string of dread assaults in the Kashmir Valley.

"Obviously not," outer undertakings service representative Raveesh Kumar said on Friday when inquired as to whether India had forced any limitation on explorers.

The illumination comes after Pakistan apparently pointed the finger at India for pulling back visa uses of pioneers from the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi.

Anoj Yadav

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