Pakistan has expressed serious concern over banning medical visas to Indian high commissioner
Indian agitation reached to their peak, Narendra Modi’s government banned issuance of medical visas to Pakistani patients.
Pakistan and India relation always been Line of Control (LoC) effected. Whenever there is some sort of cross fire between countries, the respective governments slaps ban either on player or on actress across the borders.
After Pakistan issued death sentence to RAW agent Kulbhushan Jadhav on charges of spying, the diplomatic relations between the two countries has gone destabilise.
Government of India has issued denial for providing medical visas to Pakistani citizens without giving any reasons for this action, or any prior notice.
According to the reports, every year thousands of Pakistanis seeking treatment for liver and heart-related ailments at major hospitals in New Delhi, Chennai and other Indian cities have been affected due to non-issuance of medical visas.
Pakistan has summoned the Indian high commissioner Gautam Bambawale, in Islamabad to expressed concern over non-issuance of medical visas.
The Pakistan Foreign Office has expressed their reservation over this move that will affect thousands of patients from Pakistan.
According to the Indian media, Narendra Modi’s government considering business and religious pilgrimage visas offered to Pakistani citizens. Government wants to make several changes in the rules, making the visa process relatively difficult.