Delhi: In a new twist in the ongoing probe regarding terror attack in Pathankot, the NIA has recovered Chinese wireless set from a vehicle outside the airbase.
The equipment has been sent to Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), Chandigarh for analysis, as per media reports.
NIA officials recovered the wireless set while scanning the area for evidence and clues in connection with its probe on the terrorist attack at the Air Force station, official sources said, as per PTI.
Meanwhile, questioning of Salwinder Singh, a Superintendent of Police-rank officer, continued for the third day at the NIA headquarters.
The questioning is continuing to ascertain various facts related to the case, the sources said, adding that Singh is allegedly changing statements quite often.
The NIA had also summoned Somraj, caretaker of Panj Peer Dargah in Punjab, which Singh had claimed to have visited before he was kidnapped by terrorists who attacked the Pathankot Air Force base hours later. Somraj will be joining probe tomorrow, they said.
(With Agency inputs)