Pakistan asks India for more info on Pulwama

Hands over a questionnaire to deputy HC on Feb 14 incident

Khalid Mehmood April 11, 2019
Indian soldiers in a vehicle patrol in occupied Kashmir. PHOTO: REUTERS/FILE

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has handed over another set of questions to India on the Pulwama attack.

According to sources, the Indian deputy high commissioner was called by Foreign Ministry Director General for South Asia Dr Mohammad Faisal and handed over a questionnaire on February 14 incident.

Sources said that the document contained around eight questions.

India has been asked why it has till now not provided details after the completion of investigation by Pakistan. Beside, India has been asked to provide complete details of banned outfit Jaish e Mohammad’s alleged spokesperson Mohammad Hassan.

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Pakistan has also demanded for complete record of Hassan’s mobile SIM card – on which phone the SIM was used, on which number it was used, what is the IP address, where was it called on WhatsApp, on what numbers were the calls made. Pakistan has also asked India to provide the data of SIM card.

Pakistan has once again assured India of complete cooperation once it provides actionable proofs and evidence on the incident.