Pakistan military on Sunday that India is welcome to take any foreign diplomat or media to the site of alleged terror camps to 'prove' its claim on the ground.
The Indian Army stated that tensions on the LoC will remain till winter sets in as Pakistan would be make similar attempts to push terrorists in the valley.
The ceasefire violation by the Pakistani side took place at about 3:45 pm on October 21.
Sources said that at least 35 Jaish-e-Mohammed and Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed in retaliatory artillery firing.
The Foreign Office said that Pakistan has called upon the P-5 countries (permanent members of the United Nations Security Council) to ask India to provide information about the terror launchpads.
Pakistani officials held sideline meetings with various delegations and briefed them about the progress on the FATF action plan.
While India pressed FATF to put Pakistan on its black list, the global body directed Islamabad to take measures for complete elimination of terror financing and money laundering.
According to a media report, China, Turkey and Malaysia appreciated the steps taken by Pakistan.
It was first spotted at the National Highway toll barrier at Dhareri Jattan village on Patiala-Rajpura road and then near the Army cantonment area on Patiala-Sangrur road around 8 AM.
Terrorism is a low-cost sustainable option which may damage enemies to a great extent, Doval said in a reference to Pakistan.
Indirectly referring to Pakistan, First Secretary in India's Permanent Mission to the UN Paulomi Tripathi said that a delegation has made unwarranted references to internal matters of India.
During the proceedings, a lawyer for the government said that they had no objection to shifting the case.
Pakistan in a letter has contended that the globally designated terrorist supports a family of four members, and as the sole breadwinner, he is responsible for their food, drink and clothes expenses.
New Delhi has repeatedly maintained that dialogue with Pakistan will not be initiated until it takes concrete action against terror emanating from its soil.
The Army General also said that terrorists were trying to create a facade of a lockdown and that all restrictions would be eased gradually in Jammu and Kashmir.