Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday submitted its initial findings on the alleged Pakistani links to the Pathankot terror attacks.
According to reports, Pak’s initial findings suggest that the phone numbers given by India were not registered in Pakistan.
“According to sources, Pakistan has dispatched the initial findings to New Delhi and a response is expected from Indian authorities today,” The News International wrote.
It said that Indian authorities had sent phone numbers and audio intercepts of the conversation that the terrorists had with their handlers and family members to Pakistan.
“Pakistan’s investigation agencies are probing further into the Pathankot attack,” it said.
Meanwhile, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has constituted a joint investigation team (JIT) comprising of officials from ISI, Military Intelligence and Intelligence Bureau to probe the deadly attack.
Reports suggest that Mr. Sharif is taking an active role in getting to the bottom of the Pathankot incident and has even discussed the matter with army chief General Raheel Sharif and taken him on board on the decision to form a JIT.