A five-member Pakistani Joint Investigation Team (JIT) accompanied by Indian officials on Tuesday visited the “sanitised” areas at Pathankot airforce base in connection with probe into the January 2 terror attack targeting the strategic installation.
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A five-member Pakistani probe team, including an ISI official, today visited the IAF base in Pathankot, entering through the same breached perimeter wall used by terrorists in the January 2 attack. The Pakistani Joint Investigation Team (JIT) team accompanied by NIA officials entered the strategic airbase from its rear side after their convoy stopped at ‘Upper Doaba’ canal and the members took a mini bus to travel through the dirt track next to the water body.