India summons Pak High Commissioner over Suspension of Lakhvi's Detention

New Delhi, Dec 29: Expressing displeasure over the Pakistan court's verdict over the detention order of 26/11 conspirator Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, India's Ministry of External Affairs has summoned the Pakistan's High Commissioner Abdul Basit.

India strongly condemned the verdict after the Islamabad High Court on Monday suspended the detention order of the LeT commander Lakhvi, paving the way for his release from the jail.

The move shows the double standard talks of the neighbouring country over terrorism, which is the biggest threat to whole world. Pakistan has been allegedly indulged in proxy war against India since a long long time.

India had earlier condemned Pakistan after it granted bail to the terrorist. However, Pakistan under pressure detained Lakhvi for more than three months under Public Maintenance Order in Adiala Jail where the trial is being held.

It had promised to file the appeal against the bail in the high court soon. However, the government failed to challenge against the bail so far.

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