‘Pakistan has backtracked on NIA visit’
A Correspondent Published April 9, 2016
NEW DELHI: Pakistan has backtracked from its promise to allow the team of Indian investigators to visit there to investigate the Pathankot attack case apparently after finding that the NIA has enough evidence to nail ISI’s links with terrorists involved in it, Press Trust of India said on Friday.
Separate reports said the NIA had issued arrest warrants against key suspects, including Masood Azhar.
PTI said The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had given the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) of Pakistan, during its five-day trip to India, critical evidence on Pakistani handlers of the terrorists who carried out the January 2 attack on the strategic airbase.
Published in Dawn, April 9th, 2016
Comments (18) Closed
Apr 09, 2016 07:13am
The truth will soon come out.....
Apr 09, 2016 07:17am
Pakistan marching towards the wrong path!
Apr 09, 2016 07:42am
We need to coprate with each other for better trust building. We can't keep on denying each other's interest.
Apr 09, 2016 07:52am
This is not fair.let them come
Apr 09, 2016 07:54am
Because Indian spies are roaming all over Pakistan
Apr 09, 2016 08:09am
Pakistan has walked in to a trap set by Modi. Now the whole world will point fingers at Pakistan that it's not serious about peace
Apr 09, 2016 08:57am
it is nothing new for this. always denial denial.
Apr 09, 2016 09:23am
India still has audacity to demand, after 180 raw agents have been apprehended. Why everything a terror incident investigating officer is murdered. Shame on India
Apr 09, 2016 09:34am
No consular access to the so called spy - No visas for NIA -
Apr 09, 2016 09:35am
What is it ??? Please share with the world ....
Apr 09, 2016 09:37am
Finally, accepted. Good move, hopefully support will go till the arrest/punishment of the culprits.
Apr 09, 2016 10:06am
Kudos to Dawn for impartial news.
Apr 09, 2016 10:22am
@Huzaifa Akhtar it will get released after full cooperation of Pakistan jit.. Otherwise no meaning of releasing it to public.. There are always some protocol at international platform when to disclosed any investigation details.. Though let me tell you there are few call records made to Pakistani contacts and DNA of terrorists and their address details were provided..
SANJEEV KUMAR YADAV
Apr 09, 2016 12:47pm
Not surprised at all.
Seeker of truth
Apr 09, 2016 01:28pm
@Huzaifa Akhtar Who are you to ask for it? There are designated officials for this task.
Apr 09, 2016 07:15pm
India has backtracked on UN kashmir plebiscite for 68 years. So stop whinning, all the time.
Apr 09, 2016 07:27pm
@Rohit and it will lead to RAW.
Apr 10, 2016 12:02am
Nothing new this is been the history