Strategic expert Ajay Sahni voiced his apprehension over the National Investigating Agency (NIA) affirming that it would provide evidence of the perpetrators of Pathankot attack to Pakistan, saying it was 'completely unproductive line to undertake'.

"There is no dearth of evidence against Pakistan. What is the use of constantly presenting evidences to the criminal and asking him to punish himself, unless you are able to exert leverage and pressure on Pakistan to end this. Unless you are able to alter the equation of power between India and Pakistan, this will continue," Sahni told reporters.

"They are fully aware of what they are doing and adding evidence to already existing vast quantity of evidence is completely fruitless enterprise, it is not going to change Pakistan's position," he added.

When asked to respond on the proposed Foreign Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan, Sahni said the entire dialogue with Pakistan is misconceived. "It is not reality based and that it is betrayal of Mr. Modi's promise that there won't be any dialogue as long as terrorism continues," he added.
Defence expert Qamar Agha on his part said that it would be better if the talks between the two Asian neighbours are postponed as of now.

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