Six-member NIA team to visit Uri to collect evidence: Sources

| Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - 15:04
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New Delhi: Following inputs in the Uri attacks, it is learnt through sources that a six-member National Investigation Agency (NIA) team will be visiting Uri to collect evidences.
According to sources, the NIA will collect blood samples and finger prints of 4 terrorists killed in the attack. Also the Army will hand over all the weapons, GPS, navigation map of terrorists to NIA for further investigation.
The investigating agency will be sending GPS and icon satellite set to US for forensic investigation to find out what route terrorists chose, also when and how they entered area.
The Minister of State (MoS) for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju, while speaking on the question of what will be India’s response to the perpetrators of Uri attack, said, “Action will be taken after due consideration. Action isn't taken after making announcements. Understanding the emotions of people, we should refrain from commenting. It's serious matter, not a joke.” 
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