Balloons with ‘Pakistan, I Love’ words found in Indian village

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By Muhammad Luqman

Two balloons with words, ‘ Pakistan and I love’  written on them have been recovered in a village in Indian state of Rajasthan just a week ahead of 72nd  Independence day of the two neighbouring countries are scheduled to be celebrated,  according to Indian media reports.

These balloons were found in Sri Ganganagar district Two balloons with words ‘Pakistan and I Love’ written on them were recovered on Monday in Rajasthan’s Sriganganagar district located close to India-Pakistan international border, police said.

On Sunday, another balloon with Pakistani flag tied with it was found in 19 BB village in the Padampur police station area of Sriganganagar district.

The villagers informed the police about the balloons, SHO Raisighnagar police station Majid Khan said. Police and CID officials are investigating the matter, he added.

The balloon had ‘Azadi Mubarak’ seal in Urdu and an address of Bahawalpur in Pakistan, SHO Padampur police station Rameshwar Lal said Monday. He said the matter was being investigated jointly by police and intelligence officers, Indian media reported.

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