The National Investigation Agency has so far conducted nine rounds of search but have not been able to find any evidence about the two other terrorists.
It was stated originally that there were 6 terrorists who attacked the base. While evidence about the four is extremely clear and their bodies retrieved, there is still a mystery about the other two.
The charred mass at the spot where the two terrorists are believed to have been, was sent for forensic examination. So far no evidence has come through which suggests human remains.
No conclusion as yet:
An NIA official said that they are yet to receive any report from the forensic laboratory. We are still ascertaining the case and have not concluded anything as yet, the officer also informed OneIndia.
According to the original version, there were six terrorists. While four terrorists had been killed and their bodies too had been found.
In the second encounter that lasted 30 hours, it was said that two more terrorists had died. The bodies had not been recovered and it was said that only the charred remains had been found.
The NIA had managed to recover four AK-47 rifles and three pistols the weapons of the other two terrorists has not been recovered.
The question is whether the rifles had melted due to the fire. Highly unlikely since an iron cot was found intact.
The investigations that are being conducted would suggest that the the recovery of weapons took place from the first encounter site.
That means investigators have managed to recover four assault rifles and three pistols from the four terrorists who were involved in the first half of the encounter.
There has been no recovery from the second encounter which according to the security forces had lasted over 24 hours.
There are questions that are being raised by the investigators in the wake of this.
What happened to the clothing of the two other terrorists. During the recovery bed sheets had been found, but the military clothing was missing.