ISLAMABAD - Foreign hand could be involved in the attack on Sri Lankas cricket team, Ministry of Interior said in a report submitted to the National Assemblys Standing Committee on Sports Tuesday. The report said that some of the weapons, used in the attack on March 3 at Lahore, had been recovered from the spot of the incident and they were of the same kinds that were usually used by Afghan militants and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). They were Russian made and there is probability of involvement of a foreign intelligence agency in the attack, said the report. As per the report, during the investigation, the heavy weapons recovered from the spot included four magazines, 13 SMGs, 11 face masks, five pistols, 38 detonators, two knives, 45 hand grenades, seven walkie-talkie sets, nine packs of plastic explosives, eight pouches, 49 magazines, 732 rounds, 338 empties, two cell phones, three rickshaws, three cars, 12 back packs (bags), six jackets, and one transistor radio. The report further said that five terrorists had been identified by the intelligence while rest of five could not be traced. Aqeel Alias Muhammad, Adnan, Samiullah, Abdul Wahab and Zubair have been identified during the investigations. However, terrorists came to Lahore from different parts of the country and assembled at Minar-e-Pakistan Park. The terrorists planned to carry out attack on March 1 and also reached the site (Liberty Chowk) but failed because the Sri Lankan team bus had already passed from the location, said the report. It also added that one terrorist Zubair, whose original name was Naek Muhammad, had been arrested and was presently under trial at Kot Lakhpat Jail while the investigations were underway to arrest other culprits. It is pertinent to mention here that during the attack seven Sri Lankan players and officials were injured and some security men were killed.