Udhampur, Aug 17: Mohammad Naved, the main accused in the Udhampur attack and Pakistani national will undergo a lie detector test on Tuesday.
The National Investigating Agency which has the custody of Naved produced him before the court today where he gave his consent to undergo a lie detector test.
The NIA had sought a lie detector test on Naved as there are some crucial aspects to the probe which he was not very forthcoming about.
There appears to be some contradiction in his statements.
While Naved has been singing in custody speaking about his journey into the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, there are still some aspects which he is not entirely truthful about.
We want to know about his local handlers and contacts who helped him through his journey.
Naved has claimed that he entered into India on June 2. He makes the story sound all too easy, an NIA official informed OneIndia.
He is not very clear about who in Kashmir helped him infiltrate and how he managed to survive for almost two months on a foreign land.
His local contacts are extremely crucial to the probe and hence we had sought a lie detector test on him, the NIA official also informed.