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India Caught Pakistani Spy Pigeon in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Pakistani Spy Pigeon

India Caught Pakistani Spy Pigeon in Indian Occupied Kashmir. The Indian Army has captured and imprisoned a helpless pigeon in the name of espionage to cover up its incompetence and coercive domination in occupied Kashmir.

According to Indian media, the Border Security Force (BSF) caught a Pakistani spy pigeon flying repeatedly on the same route. The pigeon has a pink mark on its wings and a numbered tag on one leg. The pigeon had entered Kashmir from the Pakistan border.

The Indian security forces have handed over the ‘Pink Pigeon’ to the Occupied Kashmir Police as a suspected spy, where the pigeon was arrested on charges of ‘spying for Pakistan’ and an inquiry committee has been formed to investigate.

The occupying Indian army is making such baseless allegations in frustration and disgust that it is making fun of them all over the world. In 2015, a ‘pigeon’ was caught from the Pathankot area and declared as a Pakistani spy pigeon.

The most ridiculous situation came to light in 2017 when Indian police arrested a pigeon after a great deal of hard work and were also accused of espionage but due to the incompetence of the border guards, the pigeon managed to escape.

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