Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reportedly discussed the terror attack on Pathankot Air Force base with foreign affairs adviser Sartaj Aziz and other top officials on Thursday afternoon.
National Security Adviser Lt. General (retired) Naseer Khan Janjua and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan were also reportedly part of the meeting. Sharif had held the meeting to "examine" the evidence that India had provided to support its claims of Pakistan's involvement in the Pathankot attack, according to reports.
Indian National Security Adviser Ajit K Doval had on Monday shared some crucial evidence that linked Pakistan to the attack with his Pakistani counterpart Janjua, The Economic Times reported.
Sharif wanted immediate action against the militant groups involved in the Pathankot attack, according to an IBN tweet.
On Tuesday, the Pakistani prime minister had called Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and assured him that immediate action would be taken against the militant organisation or individuals who were behind the attacks.
The Indian security establishment reportedly said that Pakistan Army's General Headquarters was behind the Pathankot attack. A top security official said the Pakistani Army was not happy with the Indian prime minister's surprise visit to Lahore and the Modi-Sharif bonhomie, The Times of India reported.
A foreign secretary-level meeting between India and Pakistan is also scheduled for 15 January.
Pak govt sources: High level meeting by PM Nawaz Sharif on #PathankotAttack attended by NSA & other concerned; Sharif wants immediate action
â€” CNN-IBN News (@ibnlive) January 7, 2016
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif holding meeting to examine #Pathankot evidence by India with NSA Lt Gen (R) Janjua, Sartaj Aziz and Ch Nisar
â€” Mubashir Zaidi (@Xadeejournalist) January 7, 2016
Nawaz Sharif holds series of meeting with top officials. Sharif meets NSA & Sartaj Aziz. Pressure on Pak to work on #Patankot evidence
â€” IndiaTodayFLASH (@IndiaTodayFLASH) January 7, 2016
A group of six militants attacked the Air Force station in Pathankot on 2 January. While four militants were killed on the first day, the Indian security forces gunned down the rest in the next two days. Seven security personnel were also killed in the attack.
An umbrella group of terror outfits, United Jihad Council, later claimed responsibility for the attack.