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Pathankot Attack: NSA Ajit Doval to hold 'secret meet' with Pakistani counterpart

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 5:14 IST
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  • National Security Advisor Ajit Doval may soon meet Pakistani counterpart Nasser Khan Janjua.
  • The meeting will aim to forge a plan to tackle the investigation into the attack.
  • Six terrorists attacked the Pathankot Air Base on January 2, killing seven security men.

Even as there is no decision over the proposed talks between India and Pakistan after the Pathankot terror attacks, a media report on Tuesday claimed that National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will hold a 'secret meet' with Pakistani counterpart Nasser Khan Janjua. The meeting will aim to resolve discrepancies and forge a plan to tackle the investigation into the attack.

According to an NDTV report, the 'secret meet' will take place in a third country, away from media glare.

The channel added that, much to the dissatisfaction of Indian authorities, Pakistani officials have said that a key component of the evidence, the mobile numbers on which the terrorists called before attacking the Pathankot Air Force base, are not registered in Pakistan.

The talks between two countries hit major roadblock after six terrorists attacked the Pathankot Air Base on January 2, killing seven security men. All the terrorists were killed during the combing operation.

First published: 12 January 2016, 11:57 IST
 
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