Investigators will on Sunday approach automobile manufacturer Maruti Suzuki in Gurgaon for help in determining the model of the vehicle that rammed into a security convoy and killed 40 men in Kashmir, officials involved in the probe said.
The vehicle could provide crucial clues that can lead to other insurgents, one of these officials added. Remains of the vehicle are too damaged to identify the model or year of manufacture by agencies alone.
“These are the first bits of information that could then be used to determine details that can trace the owner or people who last had the car,” the official added. The probe is being led by the National Investigation Agency (NIA), which reached Kashmir a day after the attack.
At least eight suspected overground workers of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), the Pakistan-based terror organisation that claimed responsibility for the attack Read More