New Delhi : Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday guaranteed his Indian partner Narendra Modi that Pakistan will take “speedy and definitive action” against the terrorists of the Pathankot assault, the external affairs dept said.
Sharif, as of now on a visit to Sri Lanka, gave the affirmation when he called Modi to talk about the assault. The two leaders talked hours after a discussion between India’s national security counselor Ajit Doval and his partner Naseer Khan Janjua.
Taking a solid stand, Modi underlined the requirement for Pakistan to take “firm and prompt activity” against associations and people in charge of the Pathankot assault on the premise of “particular and noteworthy data” gave by India, said an announcement from the outside undertakings service representative.
Sharif guaranteed Modi “his legislature would make instant and unequivocal move against the terrorists”, the announcement included.