New Delhi: A US investigating report has given out fresh evidence of Pakistan’s hand in the terrorist attack that took place at the Indian Air Force base, Pathankot in January this year.
In the report, the US handed out additional proofs to the National Investigative Agency (NIA) confirming that the Pathankot attackers were from Pakistan. 
The report has informed the NIA that the IP (Internet Protocol) addresses of the Facebook accounts of Jaish-e-Mohammed(JeM) handlers who initiated the attack were all located in Pakistan.
As per information published by India’s leading daily Times of India, the report also found that the Facebook groups accessed by friends of JeM handler Kashif Jaan had photos of four terrorists who were killed in the Pathankot attack — Nasir Hussain, Hafiz Abu Bakar, Umar Farooq and Abdul Qayum. 
The US report submitted to the NIA also revealed that the webpage of Al-Rahmat Trust was uploaded on and at the time of the Pathankot attack. 
The report also gave a disclosure on the Pathankot attack that the webpage of Al-Rahmat Trust was uploaded on and, which are administrated by one Tariq Siddiqui with a common email for both sites, and its address was traced back to Rafah-e-Aam Society in Malir, Karachi. 
As per an official, “The US has confirmed that all these websites and IP addresses originated in Pakistan and these were uploaded around the time of the Pathankot attack.”

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