Ferozepur: Pakistani balloons and flags were found in the fields of Kadama and Nava Fort, a frontier village in Ferozepur district of Punjab. Police rushed to the spot and captured Pakistani balloons and flags. The police officer in charge of police station Lakhoke Bahram informed the senior officers about the incident. Villager Jarnal Singh said that he was passing through the fields at 6.30 in the morning. During this time, he saw that the Pakistani flag and balloons were lying in the field.
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In the balloon, I Love You Pakistan. He said that some people passing by took photographs of Pakistani flags and balloons. He said he threw flags and balloons in fear and soon after, the police arrived. He informed the police about the whole incident. Similarly, villagers of village Nawa Fort said that six-seven Pakistani balloons and Pakistani flags were found in the fields, which was reported to the village panchayat.
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Twenty people gathered with the panchayat and rushed to the spot and informed the police about it. The villagers tell us that pigeons and eagles from Pakistan have been caught, and these birds came to the Indian smugglers with messages from the culinary smugglers. ASI Soul Singh of Thana Lakhok Edharam said that the authorities have been informed that the balloon and the Pak flag have been captured. On August 14, The Independence Day was celebrated in Pakistan, where balloons and flags flew in.
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