Fatehabad: A drone-like balloon bearing Pakistan’s name and flag fell in the fields of Bhuthankal late at night.

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Fatehabad: A drone-like balloon bearing Pakistan’s name and flag fell in the fields of Bhuthankal late at night.

Policemen catch suspicious balloons at Suresh Pandit field in Bhuthankalan village.

Policemen catch suspicious balloons at Suresh Pandit field in Bhuthankalan village.

Bhuna: A balloon-like drone fell from the sky in a field near Bhuthan Kalan village in Fatehabad district around quarter to eight on Thursday evening. On it was a symbol of the Pakistani and Pakistani flags in English. Subhash Dhaka, a resident of Bhuthankalan, informed the police on 112 about a suspicious balloon falling from the sky. The same farm owner Suresh Pandit was informed. After the police received the information, they went to the scene and began an investigation.

As soon as the news came that a Pakistani drone crashed in the fields of Bhutankalan, a large number of villagers reached the place. But people stood and watched the drone-like balloon from a distance. After receiving the information, 112 police reached the spot, seized the suspicious balloon and informed Sadar Fatehabad police station in-charge Yadvindra Singh about the matter. The police station incharge informed Police Commissioner Aastha Modi and DSP about the suspicious balloon. The SHO reached the spot with the police team and examined the suspicious balloon. Late at night, many villagers came to Suresh Pandit’s field to see the drone-like balloon. But as soon as the police received the information, they picked him up from the crime scene and took him to Fatehabad.

What does SHO say?

Police station chief Yadvindra Singh said that a drone-like balloon was found in Suresh Pandit’s field. It resembles a child’s toy. It could be a malicious act by someone. Nothing suspicious was found in the balloon. But it is still a matter of investigation. For this reason, investigations are being carried out. Senior officials related to the balloon have been informed.

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