Pathankot: Numbers that terrorists called not registered in Pak?

New Delhi, Jan 12: Pakistan has said that it has not got enough proof from India relating to the Pathankot attack. While there have been some arrests carried out in Pakistan relating to the Pathankot attack, the identity of these persons has not been revealed as yet.

Among the lack of evidence cited by Pakistan are the six numbers that India had shared. These are the six numbers that the terrorists had called from India. While one number belonged to the mother of a terrorist, the rest were that of the handlers who gave directions and instructions.

Pathankot: Numbers that terrorists called not registered in Pak?
Pakistan says that the numbers that India has shared do not exist. Pakistan has also said that these numbers are not registered in their country. Indian officials say that there are not convinced with this reply. The numbers that the terrorists called were shared with Pakistan. However as expected these numbers were switched off immediately after the attack.

Also read: Timeline of Pathankot terror attack

Why are the numbers not reflecting in Pakistan?

Pakistan has said that these six numbers are not registered in Pakistan. Officials who had tracked these numbers say that there is no reason to believe the Pakistan version. It was very clear on verification that these numbers belonged to Pakistan and it is up to their investigators to trace or track them.

Indian officials say that they would want to give Pakistan some more time. We are hopeful that they would do an honest job in these investigations. At least there is one change and there has been no denial about the fact that the attack originated from Pakistan.

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