NEW DELHI: After registration of a first information report (FIR) FIR in the Pathankot airbase strike at a police station in Gujranwala, Pakistan, India is ready to receive a special investigating team (SIT) from across the border and share evidence on Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) members and planners of the attack.

 No decision has been taken yet on the proposed foreign secretary-level talks or the possibility of Modi and Sharif meeting on the sidelines of the Nuclear Security Conference (NSC) in Washington from March 31 to April 1, Hindustan Times (HT) reported today.

 Top government sources told HT, on condition of anonymity that New Delhi was informed about the FIR on Wednesday through diplomatic back channels and a copy of the legal instrument was shared subsequently.

 The FIR, based on information given by Indian national security advisor Ajit Doval to his Pakistani counterpart Naseer Khan Janjua onJanuary 2, has been registered under Sections 302 (murder), 309 (attempt to murder) and 109 (abetment) of the Pakistan Penal Code, 7 (punishment for acts of terror) and 21 (security to witness and judges) of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997. The FIR is against unknown people.

 It is understood that a six-member team led by Inspector General Rai Tahir of the Counter-Terrorism Department will arrive in India in March and visit the terror strike spot with the permission of the defence ministry and the Indian Air Force (IAF).