Islamabad: Pakistan would approach India to allow a special investigation team to visit Pathankot to gather relevant information about the terrorist attack at an airbase in the Punjab town, Radio Pakistan reported.
Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan on Tuesday made the remarks after Pakistan earlier offered to send an SIT to probe the Pathankot attack that left seven security personnel killed.
Indian security personnel also killed six militants in the January 2 attack on the airbase, which is merely 50 km from Pakistani border.
The foreign office would formally contact India to seek permission for the visit of the team as answers to many questions and links can be identified there, he said.
Nisar said the investigation team has held many meetings and its work was proceeding.