Visual barriers at Pathankot for Pakistan Joint Investigation Team


NEW DELHI: India may have opened doors to the five-member Joint Investigation Team from Pakistan, including a senior ISI official, it is neither going to allow the members access to critical areas of the Pathankot airbase nor to the security personnel of NSG, BSF or the Garud commandoes who handled the terror attack.
The JIT that landed on Sunday is led by Punjab counter-terrorism department’s Additional Inspector-General Muhammad Tahir Rai and includes Deputy Director-General (Lahore) of Pakistan’s Intelligence Bureau Mohammed Azim Arshad, military intelligence officer Lieutenant-Colonel Irfan Mirza and ISI official Lieutenant-Colonel Tanvir Ahmad