"Issues pertaining to national and regional security were discussed during the meeting," the Prime Minister's Office here said in a brief statement. The meeting was attended by Ishaq Dar, Minister for Finance; Nisar Ali Khan, Minister for Interior; Sartaj Aziz, Advisor on Foreign Affairs; Lt Gen (Retd) Nasser Khan Janjua, National Security Advisor; Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Foreign Secretary; Aftab Sultan, Chief of Intelligence Bureau and other officials.

A source privy to the details said that the meeting discussed the Pathankot attack and the information shared so far by India. "The meeting decided to speed up work on the leads given by India," he said on anonymity. Another official said that the information provided by India was not enough as it was just limited to telephone numbers and Pakistan might ask for additional information.

"We would like to have solid information to build a case for action otherwise courts intervene and the suspects are bailed out," he said.

He added the meeting agreed that strong action would be taken after probe against anyone found guilty of involvement in the attack.

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