KARACHI – Several made-in-India injections “Factor-8” have been recovered during a search operation at the Karachi airport, officials said on Monday.
Indian army uses Factor-8 injections in frontline combats and these injections are not available in markets. Officials said that these injections are believed to be used for stopping bleeding from injuries, adding these injections were in the possession of militants who launched a coordinated attack on airport last night resulting in the martyrdom of 19 people including nine security personnel.
All the 10 militants died following operation of the security forces. Sources said that recovered injections are made in India giving rise to suspicion about Indian involvement in the attack, while some weapon used by terrorists were also reported Indian made.
However, Pakistan authorities have not yet confirmed this and have said that they are investigating the issue.