Pathankot attack probe: India to move Interpol

New Delhi, Jan.11 (ANI): The Union Home Ministry said on Monday that India will move Interpol to secure a Black Corner Notice to identify the four terrorists killed during the Pathankot operations.

A 10-member National Intelligence Agency (NIA) team, led by a DIG, has continued the search operation in the area where the encounter of terrorists took place.

The security forces have recovered one more mobile phone, one AK-47 magazine and binocular from the encounter site during the search operation.

Gurdaspur Superintendent of Police (SP) Salwinder Singh, who was today summoned by the NIA, was grilled the entire day about the incident.

As the examination was not completed, he has been summoned for questioning yet again tomorrow.

The NIA teams have continued questioning Rajesh Verma, the friend of Gurdaspur SP, and his cook Madan Gopal in Punjab.

Gopal will be called for questioning at NIA HQ in Delhi and the date of his questioning will be intimated in due course.

Meanwhile, NIA teams are also examining witnesses connected to the case.

The NIA has registered three cases in connection with the terror strike at Pathankot IAF base.

The first case pertains to Salwinder Singh’s abduction and the second for the killing of the taxi driver. Both the cases were registered at Narot Jaimal Singh Police Station in Pathankot district.

The third and the main case, registered at Police Station Division No. 2 Pathankot, relates to the terrorist attack on the Air Force Station.

Seven military personnel were martyred and another 20 injured when six terrorists crossed the border and launched a massive attack on the Pathankot Air Force base in the early hours of January 2. (ANI)

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