New Delhi, Nov 7: A bottle labelled khoon rokhne ke liye was one of the many items that was found on the terrorists who carried out the Uri attack in which 19 soldiers of the Indian army were martyred. The National Investigation Agency which is conducting the probe into this attack has found various items on the terrorists.
The terrorists who formed part of a suicide squad had come in for a long haul. A medicine bottle labelled khoon rokhne ke liye (to stop the bleeding) was also found in the kit bag of the terrorists.
Apart from this, investigators also found hair combs and lip conditioners in the kit bag of the terrorists. In addition to this the terrorists were also carrying on them a juice box, almonds, dates, energy drinks and raisins.
Apart from this there were GPS sets, wireless sets, mobile phones and the assault rifles along with other ammunition that were found on the terrorists. The terrorists also had with them three AK-47 rifles, barrel grenade launchers, four Icom radio sets, GPS devices, cell phones, maps and a matrix sheet.
Officials investigating the case say that the amount of things they had carried along with them showed that they were in for a long haul and wanted to cause as much damage as possible.