"I have received fresh leads from India on the Pathankot attack and we will look and examine those evidences given by India. We could have hidden it or forgotten it but we asserted that we have received the evidences," Sharif said on a day when US President Barack Obama termed the Pathankot terror strike as "another example of the inexcusable terrorism that India has endured for too long".

"Pakistan has an opportunity to show that it is serious about delegitimising, disrupting and dismantling terror networks," Obama said in an interview.

"We are probing and verifying that. Once we are done with that we would definitely bring the facts forward. Along with that, we have also formed a special investigating team, they would go to India and collect more evidence," Sharif said here on his arrival from Davos after attending the World Economic Forum.

India gave 'specific and actionable information' to Pakistan soon after the Pathankot attack reportedly carried out by Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists on the intervening night of January 1 and 2 that killed seven Indian soldiers.

Sharif said a Pakistani investigation team will also visit India to collect further information on the attack.

Pakistani National Security Advisor Lt Gen Naseer Khan Janjua on January 5 had called up his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval during which they discussed 'specific and actionable information' related to the Pathankot terror strike.

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