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Pakistan 'unrobbed out and out': J-K leader on US' evidences on Pathankot

Updated: Aug 30, 2016 09:34 IST

Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Aug. 30 (ANI): With the United States (U.S.) providing fresh evidences to buttress India's contention that Pakistan was involved in the Pathankot terror attack, National Panthers Party ( NPP) leader Harsh Dev Singh on Tuesday said exposing Pakistan's terrorists credentials at the international level is "very-very" important- "Pakistan is unrobbed out and out".

"Now that the U.S. has also give evidence in support of India's contention that Pakistan has been involved in the Pathankot terror attack, India must vociferously take up the issue not only with Pakistan, but with the United Nations as well,' Singh told ANI.

"Pakistan must be exposed at the international level that's very-very important and all these terrorist credentials of Pakistan should be brought before the international community. Pakistan is unrobbed out and out," he added.

National Investigation Agency (NIA) sources on Monday said India would confront Pakistan regarding fresh evidences received from the United States (U.S.) in connection with the Pathankot terror attack case.

The agency is compiling a detailed report based on the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) request sent to the U.S. and information received from the U.S. in this connection three months back, which nails Pakistan for the attack, said sources.

The NIA will send a detailed report to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), following which India will once again send a report to Islamabad on fresh evidences on Pakistan's role in the attack.

India wants Pakistan to allow the Indian team to visit there to collect evidences in connection with the Pathankot attack. India had also made a formal request to the Pakistan Government after

In May, the investigation agency has sent its first formal request for a visit to Pakistan to carry forward its investigation into the terror case after Islamabad did not reply to the Letters Rogatory sent on the Pathankot airbase attack case. (ANI)