Delhi: Pakistan’s five-member Joint Investigation Team (JIT) will be landing in Delhi today for the investigation into the miserable terror attack on Pathankot Air Force station on January 2, 2016.
India had given a strong message to Pakistan asking from some stern action from their side in order to capture the assailants and the attackers involved in the attack. After this, some evidences were sent to Pakistan after which Pakistan formed its investigation team which will today land in India to probe the matter.
India, being cautious about their security, has given limited access of Pathankot air base to Pakistan JIT and will examine the witnesses in the presence of NIA officials.
Also, Pakistan JIT has been denied the right to question any security personnel. The team would not be questioning the armed forces personnel that were present at the Pathankot air base at the time when the strike happened. Pakistan JIT will have access to a total of 17 witnesses including the ones injured and a few civilians.
It remains to be seen whether Pakistan is serious about the terror probe.