Pakistan calls back envoy from India for 'consultations'
Islamabad: Pakistan Monday called back its High Commissioner from India for "consultations" amid heightened bilateral tensions after the Pulwama attack, days after New Delhi asked its envoy in Islamabad to return.
Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said envoy Sohail Mahmood left New Delhi on Monday morning.
"We have called back our High Commissioner in India for consultations. He left New Delhi this morning," he said on Twitter.
It was not immediately clear as to how many days he will stay in Pakistan.
Mahmood was on Friday summoned in New Delhi by Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale who lodged strong protest over the killing of 40 CRPF soldiers in Pulwama.
Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria has already been called to New Delhi for consultations in the wake of the attack.