ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has completed initial investigation over the information provided by India on Pathankot air base attack, sources said.
According to the sources close to the development, the investigation report has been handed over to Indian authorities.
India had given telephone numbers and phone intercept to Pakistan, sources said and added that the former believes Pathankot attackers had chat from these numbers.
India had also claimed that the perpetrators were affiliated to banned outfit Jaish-e-Mohamamd.
Pakistani authorities launched prompt investigation over the information provided by India, they said and added that the numbers provided by India were not registered in Pakistan.
The investigation agencies were further investigating pertaining to Pathankot attackers.