Pakistan has said that Indian dossier failed to prove link of Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar with the Pulwama incident, and offered to continue to extend cooperation on the matter of provision of ‘actionable evidence’.
Pakistan has expressed the commitment to take the process of investigation of Pulwama incident to logical conclusion. The commitment was expressed during a briefing given by the Foreign Office to the diplomatic corps in Islamabad on Pakistan’s initial findings on the Indian Paper related to Pulwama incident.
The Foreign Office said additional information and documents would be required from India to continue the process of investigations. Consistent with its commitment to cooperate, Pakistan has shared preliminary findings of its investigations with India along with a set of questions.
While Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal, in his weekly press briefing, said a No Pakistani had any links to the attack, according to preliminary probe into the incident, the spokesperson said. “We want to amicably resolve this issue in the committee through consultations. Any action outside the sanctions committee will undermine the integrity of the sanctions regime and must be avoided,” the spokesperson said.
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17 November, 2019