While the GPS data that is being analysed will get more details on the exact route that the terrorists had taken, preliminary investigations show that the terrorists had entered into Uri through the Haji Pir pass.
The terrorists had used the Garmin eTrex GPS sets to guide them into Uri. The data of the GPS set has also been given to the National Technical Research Organisation and the same is being looked into.
Further investigations also show that the terrorists had entered into a small village along the LoC called Sukhdhar which has a population of 500. Investigators believe that one of the porters working in this area may have guided the terrorists from Pakistan. The NIA is investigating who this mole could be.
The kit too that was carried by the terrorists is identical to the one found on terrorists who carried out the Pathankot attack. Ready to eat food, syringes and pain killers which have Pakistan markings were found on the terrorists both at Pathankot as well as Uri.
The other bit of evidence that points towards Pakistan is the ICom manufactured handsets. Recently the security forces had arrested Pakistani terrorists Bahadur Ali in Jammu and Kashmir. He too was found with the exact same equipment and the handset.
The ICom manufactured handset is also used by security agencies. Investigators feel that such handsets are provided to the terrorists by the Pakistan establishment.
Further the investigators also suspect that the terrorists were nurtured and trained at the Jaish-e-Mohammad's headquarters at Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
"We suspect that they may have come in from the JeM headquarters as was the case in the Pathankot attack as well. The data analysis is very crucial in such cases which will help us pin point the exact route," officials also say.