Pathankot apprehension attack: Probe group from Pakistan to revisit India soon

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Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday pronounced a group of special investigators probing a apprehension conflict on a Pathankot airbase will revisit India shortly to collect evidence.

“The special review group will shortly revisit India to collect justification on a airbase attack,” Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said. He, however did not give any date for a visit.

The special review team, that enclosed experts from municipal and troops comprehension agencies, was set adult by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif final month to examine a 2 Jan conflict that killed 7 Indian soldiers and all 6 terrorists.

Representational image. AP

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan pronounced final week that India had already concluded to a revisit of Pakistani experts to collect evidence.

Pakistan has already lodged an FIR into a Pathankot conflict that has paved a approach for a charge of anyone who is found guilty of impasse in a attack.

The FIR by a Counter-Terrorism Department of Punjab police, however, did not name Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) arch Masood Azhar, whom India has indicted of carrying masterminded a lethal assault.

On a assembly of a unfamiliar secretaries of a dual countries, Zakaria pronounced there was no jump for it.

He, however, refused to give any date for such a meeting, that was primarily designed for mid-January though was deferred due to a Pathankot attack.

Zakaria pronounced a officials of a dual countries were in hold to work out a date for a meeting.

“It has not been suggested during any theatre that these talks will not take place. Both sides are deliberating a jointly available date for a talks,” he said.

Responding to a question, Zakaria deserted that a “struggle in Kashmir” was anyway related to terrorism.

When asked about probable assembly of a dual Prime Ministers on a sidelines of a Washington Nuclear Security Summit subsequent month, he said, “No such offer is on a table”.

He also voiced regard over a “exceptional treatment” given to India by a Nuclear Supplier Group.

“Pakistan is a pacific nation and also wants assent in this region. We are, therefore, opposite any arms race,” Zakaria said.