New Delhi, Dec 1: India on Thursday said that instead of indulging in propaganda, Islamabad should launch an inquiry into the attacks on Indian soil by Pakistan based terrorist groups.
"So why can't Pakistan match this with its national database? That would be simplest thing to do, but Pakistan instead indulges in propaganda," MEA official spokesperson Vikas Swarup told the media here.
When asked about the progress made by Pakistan on Uri attack, Swarup said, "Pakistan called for an international inquiry, we said we are happy even with their domestic inquiry, we gave them DNA and fingerprints".
Swarup said MEA is waiting for certain details on Nagrota terrorist attack before deciding on future course of action.
The Army on Wednesday recovered huge quantities of arms, ammunition and other paraphernalia during the combing operations following the attack on an army camp in Nagrota, near Jammu.
The attack, which took place in early hours of Tuesday morning, targetted an army unit located three kilometres from the Corps Headquarters.
Seven soldiers, including two Majors, were killed and three terrorists were gunned down during the operation. The attack is third such big strike after Pathankot and Uri attacks this year.