Indian Police seize Pakistani spy balloons, intelligence agencies investigating the case

Indian Police seize Pakistani spy balloons, intelligence agencies investigating the case
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NEW DELHI - Indian Police has seized Pakistani spy balloons and the intelligence agencies are investigation the case.

Two balloons with words ‘Pakistan and I Love’ written on them were found in Rajasthan’s Sriganganagar district on Monday, reported Indian media on Tuesday.

“The villagers immediately informed the police about the balloons,” Raisighnagar police Station House Officer (SHO) Majid Khan said, adding, “Police and CID officials are investigating the matter.”

Earlier on Sunday, a balloon with the Pakistani flag tied to it was found in 19 BB village in the Padampur police station area of Sriganganagar district, which shares the international border with Pakistan.

“The balloon had ‘Azadi Mubarak’ written in Urdu and an address of Bahawalpur in Pakistan,” informed Padampur police station SHO Rameshwar Lal while speaking to the Indian media.

He said that the matter was being investigated both by police and intelligence officers.

New Delhi