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Pathankot terror attack: Here are the proofs which nail Pakistan

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New Delhi, Jan 5: India once again exposed Pakistan for waging 'proxy war' against India. Arch rival of India, Pakistan has been refuting India's claim that it provides logistic supports to terrorists who dare to disturb peace in India. But Pakistan's 'real intention' once again came to fore in Pathankot terror attacks.

Read more: Timeline of Pathankot terror attack

Reportedly in the ongoing combing operation of Pathankot attack, our security agencies have got some proofs which prove Pakistani hand in Punjab terror attack.

Pathankot: Proofs which nail Pakistan

Reportedly while fighting with terrorists, who stormed Pathankot airbase on January 1, BSF and NSG have found many Pakistan-made items.

Shoes of slain terrorists

As per reports, shoes of popular Pakistani brand 'EPCOT' have been recovered from the terrorists

Batteries

Batteries have also been recovered from slain terrorists. As per Zee news reports it bore Pakistani marking on it.

Phone connection

It is being said that terrorists repeatedly called up on some Pakistani numbers. Reportedly they were in direct contact with Pathankot attack's mastermind in Pakistan. Security agencies have recovered Pakistani phone numbers from terrorists.

Pakistani rifles

It has been five days since our security agencies are fighting with terrorist who dared to attack high security zone airbase in Pathankot. As per news reports, terrorists possessed Pakistan made advanced weapons including AK 47 rifle. Weapons recovered from the terrorists had 'Made in Pakistan' mark written over it.

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