Apples With 'Pakistan Zindabad' & Anti-National Slogans Found From Kotkapura Of Punjab's Faridkot, Police Registers Case: Watch Video
Apples with pro-Pakistan slogans found from Kotkapura, Punjab (Photo Credits: Twitter/@JeremyMcLellan)

Faridkot, September 28: In some mischievous actions, apples with Pro-Pakistani slogans on them were found across the border. The apples had slogans "Pakistan Zindabad and Hindustan Muradabad" were recovered in Kotkapura of Punjab’s Faridkot district from a carton on Friday, according to Daily Dost Punjab. The atmosphere of terror engulfed the locals as soon as these apples were found and crowds started running hither and thither in panic.

According to the report, Naresh Kumar of India Hindu Welfare Committee bought four apples of Rs 100, out of which slogans were written on the two apples. Kumar immediately reported the incident to the police. The case has been registered, and the police assured thorough investigation. Kumar also claimed that name of some terror organisation was also inscribed on the apples. The apples were believed to have been supplied from Jammu and Kashmir. Drones Over Borders: New Modus Operandi of Pakistani Drug Smugglers to Supply Narcotics in Punjab.

Here is the video of apples found with pro-Pakistan slogans from Kotkapura from Punjab's Faridkot district:

It is not the first time such an incident has taken place. In August this year, a balloon with ‘I love Pakistan’ written on it landed in fields of Keharwala village in Sirsa district of Punjab. The villagers reported the matter to police. Similarly in June this year, the pigeon had landed near Shahpur post near the Border Security Force (BSF) near Indo Pak international border. The pigeon was handed over to the police.