A pigeon, which seems to be from across the border, was taken into custody on Sunday after a letter written in Urdu and address to Prime Minister Narendra Modi was found with it by BSF personnel at Simbal post in Bamial sector Pathankot.
According to a Times of India report, the message written on a piece of paper read, “Modi Ji, do not consider us same people as we were during 1971 (Indo-Pak war). Now each and every child is ready to fight against India.”
On Saturday, two balloons with a similar message were recovered in the area.
Adding to the heightened tensions between the two nations, just four days after Indian Army destroyed seven terror launch pads in a surgical strike in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, terrorists on late Sunday evening attacked a BSF and adjoining Army camps in Baramulla, in which one jawan was martyred and two attackers were neutralised.
Moreover, on Sunday evening, Pakistani visitors hurled stones at the viewers' galleries on the Indian side at Attari during the beating retreat ceremony.
Anti-India slogans were also raised from Pakistani side during the evening retreat ceremony at the Attari-Wagah border, prompting BSF to register a protest with the Pak Rangers.