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Pathankot attack probe: India to move Interpol


NEW DELHI: A mobile phone, binocular and an AK-47 magazine were discovered during search operation conducted by NIA at the Pathankot Air Base. The particulars were seized a week after terrorists attacked the army base on January 2, which killed seven military personnel and  injured  20 after terrorists crossed the border to launch a massive attack in Pathankot.

Ammunition and other equipment recovered from the terrorists after they were killed were made in Pakistan. NIA to secure Interpol’s black corner notice on four dead terrorists in Pathankot to seek information on unidentified bodies.

The team will be sending the body parts to CFSL for ascertaining whether they are of other two remaining terrorists killed in Pathankot IAF base.

A 10-member National Intelligence Agency (NIA) team, led by a DIG, has continued the search operation where the terrorists were gunned down.

Gurdaspur SP Salwinder Singh was today summoned and iterrogated for the entire day over the attack. They official further said that the interrogation will continue tomorrow also.

(With inputs from agencies)