Pakistan probe team in India to 'improve its training programme': Arvind Kejriwal's swipe at JIT

New Delhi, Mar 30: In an apparent dig at Pakistan's duplicity for sending a five-member Pakistani Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to investigate the Pathankot airbase terror attack, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday tweeted a cartoon.

The Delhi CM, who is against allowing Pakistan's JIT to visit the strategic installation, shared a cartoon which intends to show that team has arrived in Pathankot to improve its training programme.

Arvind Kejriwal takes a swipe at Pak JIT

The 5-member JIT accompanied by Indian officials visited the "sanitised" areas at Pathankot airforce base on Tuesday in connection with probe into the January 2 terror attack targeting the strategic installation.

(Pak probe team at Pathankot air base; Protest by Cong, AAP)

The AAP and Congress protesters accused the BJP led government of hurting the sentiments of Indians by allowing Pakistan team to probe terror attack on Indian soil. AAP's Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra, who was also in Pathankot, said allowing Pakistani JIT to visit the air base was "shameful and disgusting".

Here is the tweet from Arvind Kejriwal:

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