India ‘arrests’ another ‘Pakistani’ pigeon

MUMBAI: Indian police have on Friday ‘arrested’ a pigeon and declared it a Pakistani spy agent, ARY News reported.

The pigeon, who might have flown across border from Pakistan with some incomplete and complete Urdu words inscribed on its wings, has spread panic in Hoshyarpur city of India’s Punjab state. It is pertinent to mention that Urdu is widely spoken and understood language in India.

This is not the first time that a bird has scared India, who has been carrying out atrocities on unarmed civilians in Kashmir for decades. One such incident was reported in May last year as well.

Read More: India arrests ‘spy pigeon’ from Pakistan — ‘spy’ & ‘pigeon’ trend on Twitter

The nabbed pigeon has reportedly been x-rayed to find if it had a computerised chip embedded.

Please follow and like us:



ARY Sports

Copyright © 2017

To Top