Uri terror attack: NIA releases two Pakistani suspects due to lack of evidence

India released two Pakistani nationals, Faisal Awan and Ahsan Khursheed who were arrested on charges of aiding the September 18 Uri terror attack on Friday. India handed them over to the army to send them back home. The two suspects, who were arrested, last year, following the attack on an Indian Army camp in J-K's Uri, have been released by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). NIA removed all the charges from the Pakistan nationals of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) saying they were not involved in any terror activity, citing lack of evidence as the main reason.