India-Pak talks: NSAs likely to meet secretly, says Report

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New Delhi, Jan 12: If reports are to be believed then a secret meeting between National Security Advisors (NSA) of India and Pakistan is likely to take place in a third country.

The meeting likely to take place between NSA Ajit Doval and his Pakistani counterpart Nasser Khan Janjua in a third country to resolve discrepancies and forge a plan for how to tackle the terror investigation, reported NDTV citing sources.

Indo-Pak NSAs may meet secretly

The fate of proposed peace talks between India and Pakistan on Friday is in limbo after Pathankot air base attack.
Seven soldiers were martyred and six terrorist were killed in a pre-dawn attack on January 2 on the Indian Air Force base in Punjab.

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ordered to set up a joint investigation team (JIT) on Monday to investigate the links of the Pathankot air base attackers with Pakistan.

Read More: Pathankot: Pak PM Nawaz Sharif orders JIT to probe terror attack

Officials from Intelligence Bureau (IB), Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence (MI) will be part of the JIT to investigate the case.

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