Chandigarh: The suspected terrorists, who claimed lives of seven, entered the country from Pakistan, according to GPS systems. Investigations revealed that the three heavily armed Lashker-e-Taiba militants entered India through Bamiyal village in Pathankot, which is close to the International border. The GPS was sent for forensic examination, according to reports.
Two GPS systems were recovered from the attackers and based on the date from the systems, investigators said that all the terrorists, who carried the operation, are from Pakistan. They began their journey on Sunday night from a village called Gharot, which is near Shakargarh town in Pakistan and then crossed a tributary of the River Ravi and then reached Bamiyal village. The assialants took an early morning bus from Bamiyal. The bus took them to the highway 1A, that links Punjab with Jammu and Kashmir and on to Hiranagar and they passed many police checkpoints on their way.
The terrorists opened fire on a bus and also attacked a police station in Dinanagar town in Gurdaspur district on Monday morning. Heavy security was deployed at sensitive sites. The attacks claimed the lives of four security personnel including a superintendent of police, Baljit Singh. Three civilians were also killed in the attack. However, after a long battle the police killed all the terrorists.