India has said that Pakistan must take "prompt and decisive action" on the evidence provided to it on terror attack at the Pathankot Air Force base.
Making its stand clear to Pakistan, India has said that without that crucial foreign secretary level talks between the two countries will not take place next week.
"The ball is in Pakistan's court," said Vikas Swarup, the spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry. "The Immediate issue is Pakistan's response," he said.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with top officials, including his Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz, on Thursday. According to reports, the meeting was held to review the evidence furnished by India, including the phone call made by the six terrorists, who attacked the Pathankot Air base.
The terrorist attack left seven military personnel martyred and another 20 injured.