According to Times of India, Indian Police claimed nabbing another Pakistani spy pigeon from Ajnala town of Amritsar district on Monday.
Alleged Pakistani spy pigeon in Indian custody
Indian Police told the press that they will have the pigeon X-rayed to confirm if the pigeon is working for the powerful Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) or not.
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The suspect pigeon, according to Times of India, was found near the check-post of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) near the Pakistan-India border. It was later handed over to the police for further investigations.
The report also mentioned that the sending of coded messages through the use of pigeons is not rare in the province of Punjab (India) and the matter should not be taken lightly.
Indian Intelligence has arrested many Pakistani spy pigeons in the past
This is not the first time India has successfully nabbed a Pakistani spy pigeon.
The country is proud of its intelligence’s numerous arrests of Pakistani spy pigeons in the past years. In February 2017, India claimed to have caught a “spy pigeon” it said came from Pakistan. The authorities later claimed the spy pigeon escaped Pakistan due to police negligence. Similarly, in May 2016, Indian authorities claimed to have caught a spy pigeon in Pathankot carrying a message in Urdu.
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