Gurdaspur attack: Militants were wearing gloves 'Made in Pakistan'

Gurdaspur attack: Militants were wearing gloves 'Made in Pakistan'

The gruesome militants, who carried out the attack on Gurdaspur district of Punjab, do have a close connection with Pakistan. Well, the evidences claim so.

The doctors, who conducted the autopsy on the dead militants, have noted down in the post-mortem report that the gloves worn by the militants had a 'Made in Pakistan' tag attached to it, as per media reports.

Earlier, the Punjab police had discovered two GPS trackers on the terrorists which indicated that they had sneaked into India by crossing River Ravi.

Sumedh Singh Saini, director general of police in the state had also revealed that the militants were Muslims as they had specific marks on their bodies.

In the Gurdaspur terror attack, which took place on July 27, 2015, three civilians and four policemen, including a superintendent of police were killed and 15 people were left injured.

Five bombs were also found planted on the Amritsar–Pathankot railway track.

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