This development amounts to "downgrade" of Pakistan as a "non-school-going station", an official said.
- India asks diplomats in Pak to send wards outside for studies
- 20:45 HRS IST
- New Delhi: Amid growing strain in Indo-Pak ties, India today asked its diplomats and other officials posted in its High Commission in Islamabad to withdraw their children from schools there from the current academic session, virtually downgrading it as a "non-school-going station". They have been advised to make arrangements for their wards to study outside Pakistan. Most of the children of Indian officials in Pakistan study in international schools.