Pathankot attack: 3 items recovered from slain terrorists that clearly hint at Pakistan's role

It's been four days since terrorists stormed Pathankot's airbase. A number of reports have hinted at Pakistan's role in the terror attack but now some items recovered from the possession of slain terrorists have made the picture clearer and point the finger at Pakistan for cross-border terrorism.

Pathankot attack: 3 items recovered from slain terrorists that clearly hint at Pakistan's role
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Pathankot: It's been four days since terrorists stormed Pathankot's airbase. A number of reports have hinted at Pakistan's role in the terror attack but now some items recovered from the possession of slain terrorists have made the picture clearer and point the finger at Pakistan for cross-border terrorism.

Here are three 'Made in Pakistan' items recovered from the killed terrorists:- 

'Made in Pakistan' shoes

According to media reports, the shoes of terrorists who stormed the airbase bore a Pakistani brand. The brand is very popular in Pakistan.

'Made in Pakistan' batteries

Some batteries recovered from the slained terrorists were also Pakistan's marking on it.

'Made in Pakistan' rifles

The Pathankot attackers were armed with some advanced weapons including AK 47 rifle and according to reports the weapons had 'Made in Pakistan' markings on it.

However, Pakistan-based United Jehad Council (UJC), an umbrella organisation of about a dozen militant outfits, has claimed responsibility for the deadly attack but experts in Delhi express doubt over the authenticity of the claim as the Pathankot attack is widely believed to be the handiwork of Pakistan-backed Jaish-e-Mohammad terror outfit, which is not part of UJC.

 

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