Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) guaranteed on Monday to have caught another “Pakistani government operative pigeon” and gave it over to police in Indian involved Kashmir, NDTV announced.
The pigeon, “with a conspicuous pink fix and a tag on its leg”, was logged at the police headquarters as a “suspected Pakistani government operative”, said NDTV.
The report said that the pigeon is being associated with being a piece of a “surveillance endeavor from Pakistan” and that an examination has been propelled into the issue.
As indicated by the report, police records show that the pigeon flew into the place of a lady in Chadwal territory, who got it and gave it over to the BSF. The last at that point gave it over to the police for additional examination.
Police cited the lady as saying that the pigeon had a ring round its foot that had numbers engraved on it.
This isn’t the first run through a pigeon has been blamed for keeping an eye on India for Pakistan. In 2015, a pigeon was caught by Indian powers for intersection the Indo-Pak outskirt into India’s Pathankot region.