Meanwhile, the NIA has recorded the statements of Superintendent of Police (SP) Salwinder Singh, whose role is under the scanner, and his friend Rajesh Verma, officials said adding investigations are under progress.
The 20-member NIA team is being assisted by a team of Central Forensic Science Laboratory which is camping here.
The sanitisation operations, which have been going on for the last two days ever since the six terrorists were gunned down, is in the last leg now.

"For the last two days, Army, NSG and Garuds have been sanitising the whole station and the process is close to completion", Air Officer Commanding, Pathankot IAF Station,

Air commodore J S Damoon told reporters here today. The combing operation is aimed at ensuring that no terrorists are still hiding and there are no booby traps. Looking back at the events of the last six days, he said, a few things stand out.
Among them, he said, is the use of air assets for surveillance to ensure early detection isolation and subsequent engagement of the terrorists.

The terrorists were carrying AK-47 rifles, modified Under Grenade Barrel Launcher, pistols, Swiss and commando knives, 40-50 kg of bullets besides 3-4 dozens of magazine and mortars.

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