Tensions between Pakistan and India heightened over the attacks on prisoners in the past two weeks.
Sarabjit Singh, an Indian on death row in Pakistan, died after a group of Pakistani prisoners attacked him April 26.
Later, Pakistani national Sanaullah Ranjay was attacked in a jail in Jammu. He died in a hospital in Chandigarh.
India has now told Pakistan to cancel this month's visit of its pilgrims, Xinhua reported.
The Indian Deputy High Commissioner on Friday met Pakistan's Director General of South Asia in Islamabad and said the Indian government would not be in a position to ensure the safety and security of the Pakistani pilgrims amid the prevailing security environment in India following the recent incidents.
"The government of India has recommended to the government of Pakistan that the visit of the pilgrims may therefore be called off," the Pakistani foreign ministry said in a statement.
The foreign ministry statement said necessary advice in this regard has been conveyed to the ministry of religious affairs.
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