Border Security Force Demands Case Against Pigeon Caught Near Pakistan Border In Punjab

Border Security Force Demands Case Against Pigeon Caught Near Pakistan Border In Punjab

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The pigeon is being kept at the Khangarh police station in Punjab. (Representational)

The Border Security Force (BSF) wants to register a case against an intruder from Pakistan, that happens to be a pigeon, while the Punjab Police are seeking a legal opinion on this.

The pigeon landed on the shoulder of a BSF soldier at the Rorawala post in Amritsar, Punjab, last Saturday, allegedly after flying across the border, an official said.

A small piece of paper with a "contact number" was wrapped around its leg, the official said.

The BSF personnel handed over the bird to the police with a demand in writing for taking legal action.

Senior Superintendent of Police Dhruv Dahiya said the BSF demanded registration of a case against the pigeon.

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