Gloves used by slain terroists carried ‘Made in Pakistan’ mark


Chandigarh: The investigations of the Gurudaspur terror attacks have taken a new turn with one of the gloves worn by the Pakistani terrorists containing ‘Made in Pakistan’ symbol highlighting the Pakistani link in the terror attack.

Earlier it was revealed that the terrorists had crossed over to the indian side on July 26-27 using Ravi river and had more targets. Two GPS machines recovered from the slain terrorists revealed the routes and targets that had been fed into these on July 21.

The night vision devices used by the terrorists were likely to be smuggled from Afghanistan. The night vision devices which were found on a railway track near Gurdaspur had US government markings on them. US troops lost many such devices in Afghanistan.