A wireless set, along with medicines made in Pakistan were found in possession of terrorists who were killed in an encounter in J&K's Nagrota on Thursday. The pictures of the radio set, showed an exchange of text messages allegedly between the terrorists and their handlers. The messages showed that terrorists were in constant touch with their Pakistani handlers when they infiltrated. Preliminary assessment of investigators suggested that the infiltration happened from the Sambha sector. Tags on the pants and markings on the shoes of the terrorists also pointed to their Pakistani connection. The medicine strips recovered from them show markings of Lahore and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.