ISLAMABAD: Spokesperson Indian Foreign Office Vikas Swarup welcomed the positive step of Pakistan over Pathankot Air Base attack and gave permission to Pakistani investigation to probe Pathankot Air Base attack, TheNewsTribe.com reported.
In a press briefing he also revealed that Pakistan-India secretory level talk has been postponed and Pakistan forgien ministry also agreed to shift the dates of talks.
Decision was made just after the attack on Pakistan International Airline office in Delhi by Indian extremist.
According to details from Indian media, suspected ‘Bajrang Dal’ activists attacked (PIA) office in Indian capital and smashed window panes, glass doors, leaving behind pamphlets telling the PIA management to shut office immediately.
PIA officials have confirmed the attack, saying that activists of Hindu extremist group stormed the office and raised anti-Pakistan slogans.
The PIA spokesman said staff of the national airline remained unhurt in the attack.
Pakistan has strongly condemned the attack and asked Indian authorities to enhance the security of the staff.