New Delhi, Jan 4: While it was being speculated that India may call off talks with Pakistan following the attack at Pathankot, there is no such decision as yet.
In fact India will wait another three days and tell Pakistan to act against the Jaish-e-Mohammad which is responsible for the attack.
The Punjab police, central intelligence bureau and the National Investigating Agency (NIA) have been instructed to provide all possible inputs and evidence relating to the attack.
The evidence relating to the Jaish-e-Mohammad which is known to operate from Pakistan will be handed over and action sought against the outfit which was also responsible for the Parliament attack in India.
There have been high level meetings that have been held in Delhi since the attack at Pathankot commenced.
While the first one was headed by the Defence Minister, another was chaired by the Prime Minister. During both the meetings it was decided that Pakistan would asked to explain about the role of the JeM.
Further it was also decided that India would tell Pakistan to act against the JeM and make significant arrests in the next three days.
If Pakistan does not act on these demands then a decision on whether to continue with the talks or not will bet taken.
It was decided that India would seek action against the Jaish-e-Mohammad which has been waging war against India.
India will arm itself with evidence which would include call intercepts made by Bhawalpur, Pakistan and also the DNA samples of the terrorists who were gunned down yesterday.
"We will seek the assistance of Pakistan and also urge them to arrest, Maulana Masoor Azhar, the Chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad," said a senior official.
For India the arrest of Azhar is very important. He was revived recently by the ISI and even moved at least 30 of his men to the PoK.
Azhar is the same person who had planned the Parliament attack following his release in exchange of hostages during the Khandahar hijack.