Security personnel guard the main entrance of Pakistan air force base in Kamra – Photo by AP
Security personnel guard the main entrance of Pakistan air force base in Kamra – Photo by AP

ISLAMABAD: A preliminary investigation report on the August 16 attack on Pakistan Air Force’s (PAF) Kamra air base was compiled which claimed that the attackers had no insider help, DawnNews reported on Saturday.

According to the report the weapons used by the attackers were of Russian origin and that the militants used five hand grenades and fire three rocket propelled grenades (RPG)s in the attack.

During inspections, investigators also collected  223 spent casings of AK-47 rifles used by the assailants in the attack.

Two of the attackers have been identified and one of them was reported to be a resident of Taxila.

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