New Delhi: Two residents of Pakistani-administered Kashmir, arrested last week from Jammu and Kashmir's Uri town for guiding the Jaish-e-Mohammad militants who attacked an army camp killing 18 soldiers, have been sent to 10-day National Investigation Agency (NIA) custody and brought here for questioning.
Faisal Hussain Swan and Ahsaan Khurseed, both residents of Muzaffarabad, were produced before a designated court in Jammu which remanded them to custody of the NIA.
NIA officials said the JeM guides have been brought to Delhi for their further questioning.
In the initial interrogation, they have told NIA investigators that they had facilitated infiltration of the four JeM militants who carried out terror attack at the army camp in Uri on September 18 in which 18 soldiers were killed and 30 others injured.
Investigators said the two were recruited two years ago.