Spy Pigeon Owner Urges India to Return his Bird
Habib Ullah, a resident of village Bagga Sahib in Shakar Garh Tehsil of Narowal district (4 km from the border), urges India to return his pigeon whom Indian armed forces allegedly captured claiming a Spy Pigeon from Pakistan Intelligence services.
Lahore: On the 25th of May, Indian armed forces captured a pigeon in Kathua district of Jammu & Kashmir claiming that the pigeon is a Pakistani Spy with a coded message entrapped in its talons. The Indian armed forces are since trying to decode the message while in Pakistan a villager, resident of Narowal district (around 4 km from the border) has claimed that the pigeon belongs to him and that there is no code on it.
Habib Ullah claims that he released his pigeons on Eid day and he has a video recording to prove this claim. While many of his pigeons came back, one remained lost and meanwhile, news across the border came regarding capturing of a spy pigeon. Habib, in a video message, told that “there is no code but my “phone number” entrapped in talons of the pigeon so that if anyone catches it in Pakistan, they could contact me to return it back”. “I have entrapped my number with all of my pigeons” he added.
The owner of the spy-pigeon demands that the Modi Government return his innocent pigeon that inadvertently flew to India, within 48 hours.
He will hold a protest on the border if demands are not met.
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Habib says that the birds know no borders and neither do they follow the International Border laws. In view of this fact, the bird should be returned.
“It is my humble request from both Indian & Pakistani Governments to kindly return me my pigeon, who is not a spy but just a bird” urged Habib. “I love my pigeons”
Hopefully, his video message would help Indian Intelligence and armed forces to understand the code.
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