On a two day visit, the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is now cutting short his stay in India.
He would be rushing back to the Netherlands tonight, it was informed.
The Ministry of External Affairs has been informed about this sudden decision which had to be taken due to certain domestic issues, they said.
It is now believed that the Dutch Prime Minister and his advisers are going back and the rest of the delegation would attend all the engagements as per the programme.
Rutte arrived here today on a two-day visit.
Highly placed sources said the Prime Minister had to go back as an urgent Cabinet meeting has been called there tomorrow to discuss the new findings by a team of investigators from the Netherlands and other countries on the downing of passenger flight MH-17 over Ukraine in 2014.
The airplane was travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur and had a large number of Dutch nationals on board.>