India Foreign Office spokesperson Vikas Swarup said that Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries talks have been postponed but will be rescheduled soon. "We appreciate the step taken by the Pakistani government against Jaish-e-Muhammad workers and Masood Azhar,” he said.

While talking to media Swarup said that the talks have been postponed with mutual consent. “Pakistan is taking steps in the right direction and we wholeheartedly welcome it,” he said.

“We have given proofs to Pakistan regarding Pathankot attack and will give more if demanded,” he said. “Pakistan has offered to send their investigation team to India and we will welcome it,” he added.

The Indian Foreign Office spokesperson expressed hope that Pakistani government would complete the needed investigation and bring all the perpetrators of Pathankot attack to justice.

Swarup however denied that meeting between Indo-Pak National Security Advisers had taken place. 

Meanwhile, Pakistani Foreign Office also confirmed the rescheduling of the talks.

“Pakistan and India have agreed to reschedule Foreign Secretary level talks in the very near future,” Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah tweeted today.