PM modi visits Pathankot air base to asses situation after terror attack

The Prime MINSTER Narendra Modi during his vist to the air base at Pathankot Punjab
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday morning proceeded to visit Pathankot Punjab to review the situation aftermath of the premises of airbase to have been under terror attack last week; met with the air force personnel and took the stock of the security position. The PM did the aerial survey of border areas and Bamiyal village. This is the village where the footprints of terrorists were seized.
The attack on Pathankot air base by trespassing of terrorists was foiled by the Indian security forces. 6 terrorists were killed in the operation and 7 security personnel also lost their lives during the combat.

According to the information, 7 security personnel lost their lives in the predawn terrorist attack on air force station at Pathankot in Punjab province a week ago. 6 days search operation was carried out ; and the terrorist were killed.

The Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar reached at Pathankot 5th January 3 days later of terror attack and visited air force station. The operation by security guard was going on and Parikar had said evidently that the Pak made stuffs were recovered from the possession of terrorists. The investigation was assigned to the NIA.
The materials were seized; namely, AK-47, Pistol, Night Vision and cartridges 50 kg.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif on Friday ordered its agency to investigate on the basis of given evidences by India against the terrorist attack on Pathankot air base.
The Pakistani news paper ‘THE NATION’ reported that Nawaz Sharif had called a high level meeting on Thursday. The meeting discussed the attack on Pathankot. Nawaz Sharif gave order to investigate on the basis of evidences provided by India.

According to the report, Nawaz Sharif and his companions had agreed to be investigated on the base of entrusted evidences by India to Pakistan. A senior officer told that the evidences were handed over to the chief of Pakistan intelligence bureau Aftab Sultan for further action. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, addressing the meeting, said that Pakistan is circumspect to extend the co-operation to India under anti-terror policy.

Nawaz Sharif also ordered his national security advisor, Nasir Khan Janjua to maintain the contact with Indian NSA Ajit Dobhal so that to continue the order of dialogue between India and Pakistan in spite of Pathankot attack. DG ISI and army chief were present at the meeting also.

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