The Pakistani terrorist captured from Udhampur, Naveed alias Usman, underwent a polygraph test on Tuesday, in which he reportedly revealed that the Pakistani Army and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) train Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) recruits.

Naveed will now be taken to Jammu to identify the places, where he and his aides had plotted the terror attacks.

Naveed was subjected to the lie-detector test after he made misleading and conflicting statements during sustained interrogation by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) about the number of infiltrators and the route taken to cross the India-Pakistan border.

During the two rounds of tests at Delhi-based Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), he also disclosed that he hails form Faisalabad in Pakistan and was trained at an LeT camp to target Indian security forces.

The NIA has also announced a reward of Rs 5 lakh each on the two absconding terrorists, whose sketches were drawn on the basis of Naveed's description. They have been identified as Zargham alias Mohammad Bhai and Abu Okasha.