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Pak. asked to withdraw staffers
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NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. India has asked Pakistan to withdraw two of its staffers from its High Commission for their alleged spying activities. According to the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, the Director (Pakistan) in the Ministry, Ruchi Ghanshyam, summoned Pakistan's Head of Chancery on Monday and conveyed that Sultan Mohammad and Gulzarin - the two staffers - should be withdrawn within the next seven days.

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