New Delhi: Pakistan claims that India is failed in providing evidence to prove that Pathankot terror attack was carried out by the Pakistani terrorists.
According to the media reports, Pakistani officials were not allowed to stay long at the Pathankot Air Base to collect much evidence and probably it is the reason that Pakistan is claiming India is failed to provide evidence to prove that Pathankot terror attack was carried out by the Pakistani terrorists.
The Pakistani Joint Investigation Team, which was on a five-day visit to India to continue the investigation into the Pathankot airbase attacks, said early on Sunday that Indian authorities had “failed to provide evidence” to prove that terrorists from Pakistan had been behind the attack.
The Pakistani Joint Investigation Team was allowed to enter the military facility through narrow temporary route instead of the main entrance and their visit to the airbase lasted just 55 minutes, enough only to walk through it, Pakistan media quoted officials close to the team as saying.
That’s why Pakistani investigators are claiming that they could not collect evidence in this limited time.
“The set of accused for Pak JIT and NIA are more or less the same. We have seen their FIR,” the official added.
JIT was only informed about the negligence of the Border Security Force. However, India claims that the National Investigation Agency had “given them everything” and “briefed them in a professional manner”. The official added, “What they say or do there is now up to them.”
This comes as a shocking waves for India as earlier Pakistan was agreed that the four terrorists were Pakistani and had asked NIA to share evidence on the same.
The JIT returned to Pakistan and India had handed over DNA samples of the four terrorists killed in the attacks, their identities and call records proving the involvement of the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror group in the strike at the Pathankot airbase in January which cost the life lost of seven security personnel.
However, an Indian officer claims that JIT had not denied that the terrorists were from Pakistan and that the NIA had shared their identities and addresses.