Question Hour: Indo-Pak talks in limbo
Tuesday, Jan 12, 2016 10:18 PM
With barely three days left for the proposed Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary-level talks in Islamabad, a clarity was yet to emerge today amid mounting suspense whether India will go ahead or postpone the parleys by a few weeks. Government sources said today a decision was yet to be taken on India’s participation at the talks on Friday—as proposed by Pakistan. After the attack, India had said it has provided to Pakistan actionable intelligence to act upon the perpetrators of the terrorist act. India has identified Masood Azhar, chief of banned terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed, as the mastermind of the attack.