Pathankot attack: Pakistani probe team granted visas for India

Islamabad, March 17 (IANS) Indian has granted visas to members of the Pakistani Special Investigation Team, dispatched to assist Indian authorities in the probe into the January 2 Pathankot airbase attack, media reported on Thursday.

Seven-day visas have been given to six members of the team, Dunya News said.

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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had formed a team including representatives of different intelligence agencies to provide relative material to Indian authorities.

A special team was put together that was tasked with assistance of Indian departments that are probing the airbase attack.

On January 2, six militants stormed Pathankot airbase in the Indian state of Punjab killing seven security personnel. All attackers were also gunned down.

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