ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday telephoned his counterpart Narendra Modi and expressed grief over Pathankot air base attack, TheNewsTribe.com reported.
Nawaz Sharif assured Modi to probe Pathankot incident as evidence provided by Indian foreign ministry.
Earlier, Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on called his Pakistani counterpart Lt. Gen (R) Nasir Janjua.
Ajit Doval welcomed the Pakistani statement in which Pakistan condemned the PathanKot Air Base attack and looked forward for better ties in the future.
Also Indian NSA exchanged few evidences about the terrorists who attacked Pathankot Base.
Pakistan Foreign Office has issued a statement in which they have assured that Pakistan is working on the evidences that India has provided.
Earlier on Saturday night at least 6,7 terrorists had launched a terror attack on the Indian Air Force base in PathanKot, Punjab.