Pigeon With Tag, Pink Patch Triggers "Pak Spy" Alarm In Jammu And Kashmir

Disir

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New Delhi/Srinagar:
Arresting spies is not unusual for the Jammu and Kashmir Police but the Hira Nagar Police Station in Kathua district was left more than a little confounded on Monday when the latest detainee - a pigeon - was handed over to them by the Border Security Force.

The pigeon, with a prominent pink patch and a tag on its leg, was logged as a "Pak Suspected Spy" in police station records on suspicion of being part of an espionage attempt from across border and an investigation launched.


Had no idea spy pigeon's were a thing.
 

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And, to tell you the truth, sending messages via pigeon is much more secure and secret than any phone call, e-mail or text message ever could be, as the birds are trained to fly in between 2 points. The only people who know that messages are being passed back and forth are the ones sending them, and the ones receiving them. Can't hack a carrier pigeon, all you can do is capture it and hope it has the message with it.
 

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