India to lodge FIR against a Pakistani pigeon

Lahore, 22nd April: India files a case against a Pakistani pigeon.

Baaghi TV: According to the details, the Indian border security forces have made a ridiculous claim of capturing another Pakistani spy pigeon, hence, the Indian police have sought the opinion of legal experts to register a case.

India has claimed that the pigeon flew from the Pakistani area of ​​Wagah on April 17 to the Indian area of ​​Roranwala and landed on the shoulder of a police constable.

According to further details, when the pigeon was examined, the paper was tied to its leg and a Pakistani mobile number was written on the white paper.

The Pakistani mobile number belonged to the owner of a motor workshop near Jallu Mor, while the owner of the motor workshop has also confirmed the disappearance of his pigeon.

The owner of the pigeon informed that he had tied his mobile number to its legs so that if it goes somewhere, it can be contacted and returned.

According to reports, the pigeon fell ill upon reaching India and was taken to a doctor where it was checked up and scanned, but nothing was found.

Meanwhile, experts have decided that because there is no such law to file a case against the pigeon, so currently the pigeon is in the custody of the Indian police., after which it will be blown up.

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