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Suspicious balloons with Pakistani currency, pieces of paper with coded words found in Punjab’s Kapurthala

Balloons And Pieces Of Papers Suspected To Have Purportedly Flown In From Across The International Border Were Found In Punjab’s Malia Village In Kapurthala On Wednesday, Reports Said.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Bindiya Bhatt | Updated on: 29 Mar 2017, 11:41:53 AM
Balloons with Pak currency, paper with coded words found in Punjab


Balloons and pieces of papers suspected to have purportedly flown in from across the international border were found in Punjab’s Malia village in Kapurthala on Wednesday, reports said.

The balloons were carrying Pakistani currency and pieces of paper. The incident caused a stir in the village, following which police launched an investigation into the matter. Police officials are trying to decode what is written in the pieces of paper, Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Sandeep Kumar Sharma said.

The language appears to be Arabic and the help of experts from Chandigarh is being sought to find out if there was any ‘conspiracy’ behind it, PTI reported.

The Senior superintendent said that the coins bear the mark of Pakistan.

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First Published : 29 Mar 2017, 11:36:00 AM