Indian police seize balloons stamped with ‘I Love Pakistan’
RAJASTHAN: It’s not long ago when the Indian forces caught ‘spy pigeon’ claiming its root in Pakistan, and now cops in the neighbouring country have come up with something more startling. It’s balloons.
The police in Rajasthan’s Sriganganagar district captured two balloons with words ‘Pakistan and I Love’ written on them.
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The villagers informed the police about the balloons, SHO Raisighnagar police station Majid Khan said as quoted by the Indian media. Police officials are investigating the matter, he added.
On Sunday, a balloon with Pakistani flag tied with it was found in a village in the Padampur police station area of Sriganganagar district, which shares the international border with Pakistan.
The balloon had ‘Azadi Mubarak’ seal in Urdu and an address of Bahawalpur in Pakistan, SHO Padampur police station Rameshwar Lal claimed.
He said the matter was being investigated jointly by police and intelligence officers.