The NIA has also approached other international agencies regarding the weapons and other equipments seized from Pathankot.
Punjab was put on high alert following an input from Delhi Police warning about entry of three heavily armed Pakistani terrorists who might be suicide bombers.
Shiv Sena in its mouthpiece 'Saamana', said the government ignored every warning and allowed the Pakistani team investigate the Pathankot attacks.
China requested the UN Committee to put a proposal to ban Masood on hold, a move reportedly taken in consultation with Pakistan.
Sources in the government said that Pakistan was not serious about investigating the terror attack.
Slamming the PM for the Pak JIT fiasco, Kejriwal said BJP keeps shouting 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' but ended up stabbing the country in the back.
The government has said that full cooperation was given to the Pakistan joint investigation team that visited India as part of the probe.
JIT members visited the Pathankot airbase on March 29 where National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials briefed them and showed them the route from where the attackers stormed the airbase.
Pakistan has asserted that India must not expect reciprocity in Pathankot terror attacks probe, say sources.
Police scan the CCTV footage from the wedding that was attended by Tanzeel Ahmed and his family shortly before he was killed.
Tanzil Ahmed's son said his father asked them to put their heads down when he was being attacked by the assailants.
Members of the NIA, UP Anti Terror Squad, Special Task Force and local police are probing different aspects of the murder, the sources said.
The JIT could not collect evidence in this limited time, the report said citing sources.
India on Friday said it is disappointed that a "technical hold" has been put on its application to include Pathankot terror attack mastermind Masood Azhar in the UN sanctions list, terming the move "incomprehensible".
"We are disappointed that a technical hold is being put on India's application to designate terror leader Masood Azhar in the UNSC Committee established under UNSC Resolution No 1267, 1989 and 2253," External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said.
Pak JIT was given a detailed presentation on the probe conducted so far and it was taken to the crime scene in Pathankot.
The Pakistani team was also handed over some more documents which included DNA report of the four terrorists killed in the 80-hour gun battle with security forces.
The three were kidnapped by the Pathankot attack perpetrators belonging to the banned Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed on the intervening night of December 31 and January one.
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