Islamabad: In an unprecedented move, Pakistan has shared intelligence reports with India about a possible terror attack on the Wagah border, a report said on Friday.
The report said that the Pakistani administration has told the Indian authorities that two suicide bombers of terrorist outfits are planning to target the Wagah border.
Reports further suggest that Tehreek-e-Taliban is planning to attack the Wagah Border between August 13-15.
This comes at a time when New Delhi has been repeatedly asking Islamabad to stop cross-border terrorism and fuelling tensions in Kashmir.
Pakistan continues to harbour terror outfits Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jamaat-ud-Dawaah.
Recently, India gave enough evidence on Pak-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad's involvement in the Pathankot air base terror attack. But as expected the hostile neighbouring country rejected all.
Moreover, terrorist Bahadur Ali, captured alive by the security forces, has confessed of being trained on the Pakistani soil by Lashkar.
The National Investigating Agency on Wednesday revealed that LeT cadres have been successful in fuelling large scale agitation in Kashmir after EID subsequent to the death of Hizbul Mujahideen poster boy Burhan Wani in Kashmir.