India Confirms Foreign Secretary Talks Rescheduled Mutually


External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup

The MEA briefing on the Pathankot attack and the Indo-Pak talks.
MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup says India welcomes Pakistan’s decision to send a SIT on the Pathankot attack. 
— We look forward to the Pakistan SIT visit. 
— We welcome the statement issued by the Pak Govt on investigations into the Pathankot Attack. Statement conveys considerable progress has been made. 
— We have no information regarding Masood Azhar’s arrest. 
— The two NSAs have not met.
— We are not aware of any NSA level talks. 
— NSAs have been on regular touch. 
— We welcome the arrest of the Jaish operatives. 
— The two foreign secretaries have spoken to each other and have agreed to reschedule the talks. 
— Foreign Secretary level talks is a separate track, the SIT on Pathankot is a separate track. Don’t link the two. 
— The FS talks will be held in the near future. 
— Actionable intelligence has been given to Pakistan.
— If needed we will give more proof to Pakistan. 
— No let-up on 26/11 trial. India has not drawn back from the pressure to arrest Hafeez Saeed.

Source: Defense News