Indian police take ‘PIA balloon’ into custody
Indian police have taken an airplane-shaped balloon with PIA written on it into their custody in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
According to Indian news agency, ANI, the balloon landed in Sotra Chak village of Hiranagar sector in the evening of Mar 9.
Pakistan International Airline (PIA) is Pakistan’s national flag carrier.
Indian security personnel have taken several pigeons and balloons into custody for their alleged links with Pakistani spy agency, ISI, earlier as well.
People have started trolling India after “arrest” of the balloon.
It says PIA.— سہیل | Sohail (@SohailAnwer) March 10, 2021
It must be a code. Otherwise PIA means nothing.
P for Pakistan
I for Indian Occupied Kashmir
A for Aaraha hai
Oh my my… 😂
There are reports that the balloon also had 6 pigeons on board and they have been arrested for further questioning. One of these pigeons was heard saying “I’m not supposed to tell you that” when asked whether it was a ‘he’ or a ‘she’.— Faizan Siddiqui (@fhs84) March 10, 2021
First pigeons now balloons.When indians take balloons seriously, they become laughing stock for d world. Laghay raho munna bhai 😁😁😁— mehmood (@mmehmood99) March 10, 2021