‘No headway’, Pak to seek fresh proof
Pakistan’s investigation into the Pathankot terror attack has made “no headway” and it will seek more evidence from India to move forward, a source privy to the developments said today, days after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif promised to make the probe findings public soon.
“No headway has been made in the investigation of the Pathankot attack. The ball is back in India’s court as we need more evidence to move forward,” he said.
The six-member Pakistan government team investigating the Pathankot air base attack has written to the Foreign Ministry to seek more “leads” from India. “The team has almost completed its investigation into the five cellphone numbers (allegedly used for making calls from Pakistan to India) provided by India. No further leads were found from these numbers because these were unregistered and had fake identities,” he said.