There is no smoke without fire but one single news coming from our neighbouring country, Pakistan, has opened a chance to continue the discussion. When a particular ambassador was transferred to China months ago, his recall from France evokes mockery at the first instant. I feel they have invariably been giving debatable news to the ever-alert media from all over the globe.
This time it has splattered the blank colourless canvass with a news-item that attracts the attention of all those who argue about neighbours relations. It is neither cricket nor film celebrities, but just the same politics that stretches brows at any moment of the time. It is not piquant but unique in itself. How can a representative be recalled if he does not exist? This fact is not encircled into the oblivion from any political person. In that case, this demand seemed to be an escapade rather than a serious mode of action.
There is obviously no mystery and secrecy in the passing of a resolution about recalling of an envoy from France, and all the advice on the part of Pakistan’s National Assembly makes it confusing for the country itself to know what will the urgencies they be pursuing in absence of full-time ambassador in that European country, where his deputy attends the functioning of the mission. It is more than three months when Pakistan’s envoy in France was transferred to China. More than this even Pak foreign minister is well aware of the fact but he was not troubled to inform the assembly during the hot discussion.