The Indian University Grants Commission reports that it has advised Indian citizens not to travel to Pakistan to pursue higher education. disclosure Issued on Friday.
The notice states that Indian nationals or overseas Indian citizens wishing to enter a Pakistani educational institution or degree program are not eligible for employment or higher education in India.
However, he added that migrants with higher education in Pakistan and their children could work in India if they were granted citizenship and received a security clearance.
deteriorating relations between the two countries
The current stalemate in Pak-India relations can be traced back to February 26, 2019, when Indian aircraft broke into Pakistani territory and dropped payloads on Balakot, bringing the two nuclear-armed states to the brink of war.
The following day, in Pakistani response, two Indian fighter jets were shot down and the Indian Air Force pilot was arrested as the plane crashed into Pakistani territory.
The relentlessly strained relationship between the two countries has taken a further hit since India’s illegal annexation of occupied Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019. Pakistan subsequently suspended trade with India until May 2020, when restrictions on imports of pharmaceuticals and related materials were eased.
On Sunday, newly elected Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif wrote a letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging India and Pakistan to settle the Jammu and Kashmir conflict “for mutual peace and prosperity”.
Prime Minister Shevaz urged Modi to collectively secure peace and work for “the development and prosperity of our people.”