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No talks with Pakistan till action on terror: NSA Ajit Doval

New Delhi, Jan 11: National Security advisor Ajit Doval on Monday said that there will be no talks between the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan, and that India "will talk only if Pakistan takes action" on the perpetrators of Pathankot airbase attack.


"We have only one policy. Until Pakistan takes action on the perpetrators of Pathankot and India is not satisfied, there will be no peace talks. That is why we have cancelled the India Pakistan secretary level talks to be held in Lahore on January 15. Now no talks before (Pakistani) action," Mr. Doval was quoted as having said in the interview which contained a defence of the airforce and forces involved in the Pathankot airbase operation.

The PMO denied that the NSA had given any such interview.

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