Pakistan has backtracked on NIA visit’

Talks on Afghan peace likely this month

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.


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