WEB DESK: It does not matter how the diplomacy work between India and Pakistan, the relationship has never been a smooth ride across either side of the border. The neighboring countries have always shared bad blood, and still have not found peace and harmony that they require.
Tension is mounting between the two countries following the Uri attack and India has yet again caught a ‘spy’ pigeon having Urdu engraving on its wings to blame some malice on Pakistan.
The unfortunate pigeon landed in house of Naresh Kumar in Mukerian sub-division’s Motla village on late Thursday.
According to reports, the pigeon has Urdu inscription on its wings, making it an alleged ‘suspect’ in the eyes of Indian authorities.
Kumar informed the police on Friday that a ‘sick’ pigeon had landed in his house last night. I picked it up in the morning and spotted something written on its tail feathers, said Kumar.
The police then found someone who could decode the ‘code’ and that person was Mukerian deputy superintendent of police (DSP) Bhupinder Singh.
DSP Singh finally unfolded the ‘mysterious’ code as the names of the days of the week.
The story did not ended here as the DSP later sent the pigeon for an X-ray to verify if something was hidden inside.
This is not the first time that India has captured a ‘pigeon’ for allegedly spying on them. Back in 2015, May 29 In a border village of Pathankot in Punjab a pigeon was captured by Indian forces.
Poor pigeon too created concern within the ranks of Indian intelligence agencies. They had reports that the Indian mujahideen will become active and try to cross the border and create disturbance in Jamu and Kashmir.
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Story credit: HindustanTimes