Islamabad: The Pakistani consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan which was shut down on January 27, would re-start its visa operations from Tuesday.
Sources informed that Pakistan decided to reopen its consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif after the foolproof security was ensured by the Afghan government.
Sources told that Afghani security official had allowed the woman who secretly took in grenade into the Pakistani consulate and the Pakistani guard had stopped the women for her suspicion activities and managed to recover hand -grenade from her bag.
The consulate was shutdown previously in Mazar-e-Sharif after a woman was caught red-handed trying to take in a hand grenade into the consulate.
Foreign Office spokesperson told,”The woman was arrested by the police and is under investigation to find perpetrators of the failed attack.”
Pakistani officials in the Aghanistan urged that complete security should be provided by the government its consulate General in Mazar-e-Sharif and the investigation should be conducted at urgent basis and findings should be given at the earliest.