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Ajit Doval cries foul, denies saying 'Indo-Pak talks cancelled'

NSA Was Talking To A Hindi Leading Daily. The Decision Is Possible Effect Of Pathankot Air Base Attack By Pakistan Based Militants Which Left Seven Indian Soldiers Martyred.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Aman Dwivedi | Updated on: 11 Jan 2016, 09:32:19 AM

New Delhi:

India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday straight away refused his statement about an interview to a national daily, where he stated that the upcoming Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary level talks have been cancelled in wake of the Pathankot attack.

"I speak to journalists every day. But I do not remember giving any such interview. I strongly deny that I made such a statement," Doval said in a telephonic conversation to ANI.

Before this NSA Ajit Doval was quoted saying by a newspaper that Foreign Secretory level talks between India and Pakistan have been cancelled by former’s side.

“Till the time Pakistan will not act against the perpetrators of Pathankot attack, and India will not be satisfied by the action, there will be no peace talks. Regarding the same India has cancelled the Indo-Pak foreign secretary level talks. Now there will be no action before talks.” Doval was quoted saying in the interview.

On Sunday, Pakistan Foreign Ministry confirmed that India had shared evidence with them and Islamabad is working on the leads provided by the Indian government.


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First Published : 11 Jan 2016, 08:18:00 AM