India grants visa to Pakistan team probing Pathankot attack

Islamabad: Indian has granted visas to members of the Pakistani Special Investigation Team, dispatched to assist Indian authorities in the probe into the 2 January Pathankot airbase attack, media reported on Thursday.

Seven-day visas have been given to six members of the team, Dunya News said.

Representational image. Reuters

Representational image. Reuters

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had formed a team including representatives of different intelligence agencies to provide relative material to Indian authorities.

A special team was put together that was tasked with assistance of Indian departments that are probing the airbase attack.

On 2 January, six militants stormed Pathankot airbase in the Indian state of Punjab killing seven security personnel. All attackers were also gunned down.

IANS


Updated Date: Mar 17, 2016 16:04 PM

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