Pakistan has found no Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps at any of the 22 "pin locations" shared by India – or any connections between 54 detainees and the February suicide car-bomb attack in Pulwama, attributed to the Pakistani group.
The Pakistani foreign office shared its preliminary findings with India on Thursday, offering to allow visits to the 22 alleged terror camp locations, should New Delhi wish for independent confirmation of their findings.
The sites and suspects were probed in Pakistan's investigation of a six-part dossier provided by India late last month concerning the activities of terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed. Only two of the file's parts directly concern the Pulwama attack, and Islamabad has stated it is focusing on those two parts.
The Pakistani foreign office is also looking into the "confessional" video of Adil Dar, the JeM member who took responsibility for the suicide car-bomb attack, which killed 44 members of India's Central Reserve Police Force, as well as the contact numbers of people who shared messages supportive of the attack and a list of people believed to be members of a banned group.