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2 terrorists are in a building inside the airbase with residences of air force personnel, says officers.
ANI (@ANI_news) tweeted at 2:19pm - 4 Jan 16: Three people arrested with arms, ammunitions and a Pakistan mobile SIM card in Mohali (Punjab) in western India. More details awaited.
Government Considers Putting Off Foreign Secretary-Level Talks With Pakistan:
Sources Breaking News: Government Considers Putting Off Foreign Secretary-Level Talks With Pakistan: Sources In the aftermath of the terror attack in Pathankot, top officials have told NDTV that the government is considering putting off Foreign Secretary-level talks scheduled for next week in Islamabad. Foreign Secretaries of both countries are expected to meet on January 14 and 15. Sources say National Security Advisors of both countries may now meet first to discuss the Pathankot attack. However, a final decision is expected in the next few days. The NSAs of India and Pakistan have been mandated by Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif to discuss terrorism, while the foreign secretaries are meant to discuss a roadmap for the new comprehensive dialogue. Discussions on the next course of action have been taking place at the highest levels with the PM meeting top officials including the NSA and the Foreign Secretary last night. PM Modi also met senior ministers this morning.
No firing or explosion heard for a few hours now. Search on for any remaining terrorist
Looks like the 3 day long siege is coming to an end:
"No firing or explosion heard for a few hours now. Search on for any remaining terrorist"
But attack on the Indian Consulate in Afghaniatan continues.
originally posted by: combatmaster
originally posted by: asen_y2k
a reply to: order in chaos
Yes I guess, and seems like cooler heads will prevail. And that is good for us all!
Airbase siege btw is over. All six terrorist were killed.
Does this mean that 'India' is no longer under attack?