Pakistan lodges protest with Bangladesh over computer theft at Dhaka High Commission
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Foreign Office strongly protested on Tuesday with Bangladesh regarding theft of computers from its High Commission in Dhaka.
Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal in a statement in Islamabad said that unknown burglars broke into the Consular Section of the Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka and stole computers.
Dr. Faisal said that the matter was immediately reported to Bangladesh authorities and an FIR was lodged with the police.
The Bangladesh Foreign office was also informed about the incident and requested for stepping up security at Pakistan High Commission, the spokesman said.
The FO spokesman expressed grave concern over the incident in Pakistan High Commission, which is located in high security diplomatic area.
The Spokesman said, “We have lodged a strong protest with the authorities of Bangladesh, both in Dhaka as well as in Islamabad, over the incident.
The Bangladesh authorities have been requested to carry out a thorough investigation, share a detailed report with us and bring the culprits to justice, the spokesman further said.
Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka in a press release said that unidentified burglars broke into the consular section of the high commission in Dhaka and took away computers containing official records and data.
The matter has been reported to the diplomatic zone police station in Gulshan, the statement added.