ISLAMABAD - Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit in New Delhi has received death threats after the cross-border tension between India and Pakistan flared Thursday. Pakistani High Commissioner Abdul Basit received three telephone calls threatening him to leave the country. The development came a couple of days after Basit was summoned to the Ministry of External Affairs to lodge protest with Pakistan over the Uri attack without any evidence and probe report in hand. Indian media claimed the ministry handed over dossier containing evidence of Pakistan’s alleged involvement in attack in Baramulla district on September 11. The Pakistani High Commissioner, in his statement after the visit rubbished the news and said there was no such evidence produced by Indian authorities. Basit was summoned twice in a week by the Ministry of External Affairs headed by Sushma Swaraj. Previously, Basit was barred from attending a school function in New Delhi where he was invited as chief guest. Amidst the situation developed yesterday after the malicious telephone calls, the Pakistani High Commission dispatched a letter to the Ministry of External Affairs, calling for foolproof security, officials here said.