Maruthi Suzuki Engineers Are Helping The NIA
The National Investigation Agency is looking for local Jaish-e-Muhammed terrorist Mudassir Ahmad Khan for his suspected role in the Pulwama attack. NIA believes that the RDX military grade explosives for bombing might have been brought by some groups which infiltrated through the International Border in Jammu. The NIA exclaimed that 35 Jaish and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists crossed the border in the past more than a year.
An NIA officer said, “we are yet to interrogate any person suspected to be associated with the bombing, but it is our understanding that the planning had taken some months, explosives smuggled in tranches from Jammu border and specialed IED makers travelled to assemble it."
The agency is seeking help form Maruti Suzuki engineers to identify the owners of the Eeco van used in the blast. A metal plate having some number on it was found from the blast site. The engineers travelled to Srinagar are now ascertaining the vehicle's year of manufacturing, the showroom it was supplied to and the person who brought it.
NIA and J&K police have also examined some local Kashmiris, including those who have operated as overground workers(OGWs) for terror outfits in the past, to get clues about the perpetrators.
Adil Ahmad Dar’s video clip claiming that the attack is from the group of JeM is also examined for any superimposition, voiceover, and modulation.