NIA seizes AK-47 magazine from Pathankot airbase, seeks Interpol help to identify slain terrorists

In a major breakthrough in Pathankot terror attack, the teams of National Investigation Agency (NIA) probing the matter have recovered AK-47 magazine, binocular and mobile phone from the airbase.

NIA seizes AK-47 magazine from Pathankot airbase, seeks Interpol help to identify slain terrorists

Pathankot: In a major breakthrough in Pathankot terror attack, the teams of National Investigation Agency (NIA) probing the matter have recovered AK-47 magazine, binocular and mobile phone from the airbase.

Also, the top NIA officials will write to interpol to issue black corner notice about the terrorists gunned down during Pathankot attack. 

Moreover, the NIA officials are likely to quiz SP Salwinder Singh's cook and friend in connection with the terror attack.

In a pre-dawn attack on January 2, a group of heavily- armed Pakistani terrorists, suspected to be belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammed outfit, struck at the Air Force base in Punjab.

Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar and his brother Abdul Rauf Asghar, mastermind of IC-814 hijack case, are among four persons identified by Indian intelligence agencies as 'handlers' behind the recent Pathankot attack. 

 

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