Pakistan on Wednesday (March 27) shared its findings with India on Pulwama attack which created high tension among Pakistan and India.
According to the statement: “The Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad was called to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the Foreign Secretary and the findings on the Pulwama incident were shared with him.” “Pakistan has acted with a high sense of responsibility and extended full cooperation. We do so in the interest of regional peace and security,” the Foreign Office said in its statement. “We have sought further information/evidence from India to take the process forward,” it added.
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, adding that Pakistan remains committed to fulfilling its obligations under the UN sanctions regime.
The Indian government had sent a dossier to Pakistan on February 27, claiming that it had all the details of the Pulwama attack and the militants involved in it.
At least 44 Indian paramilitary police have been killed and dozens injured in a bomb blast on Srinagar-Jammu highway in Awantipora area of Pulwama district, Occupied Kashmir, Feb 14. According to reports, the blast occurred when a car carrying between 300 and 350kg (660-770lb) of explosives struck a convoy of about 70 vehicles that was carrying about 2,500 troops to the Kashmir Valley.
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17 November, 2019