The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday filed an FIR in connection with the September 18 terror attack in Uri town of Jammu and Kashmir, which left 18 soldiers dead.
A six-member NIA team will visit Uri to collect evidence soon, ANI reported.
The probe agency will collect blood samples and the finger prints of the four terrorists killed.
The Army will handover all the weapons, GPS system, navigation map used by the terrorists to the NIA for further investigation.
Later, the NIA will send the GPS as well as an icon satellite set to the US for forensic investigation. Meanwhile, Kiren Rijiju, MoS Home, said the action will be taken after taking due consideration.
“Action will be taken after due consideration. Action isn’t taken after making announcements,” he told reporters. “Understanding the emotions of people, we should refrain from commenting. It’s serious matter, not a joke,” the minister added further.