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2 balloons, Pak coins, paper with coded words found in Punjab’s Sultanpur Lodhi

Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Sandeep Kumar Sharma said the police was trying to decode the words that appear to be in Arabic with the help of experts from Chandigarh to know the “conspiracy” behind it.

punjab Updated: Mar 28, 2017 20:25 IST
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The Punjab police on Tuesday found two balloons, two Pakistani coins and a piece of paper with coded words written on it from a field at Mallian village in Sultanpur Lodhi area in Kapurthala district.

Senior superintendent of police (SSP) Sandeep Kumar Sharma said the police was trying to decode the words that appear to be in Arabic with the help of experts from Chandigarh to know the “conspiracy” behind it.

He said the coins bear the mark of Pakistan. The balloons were recovered from the fields of a farmer who had informed the police, Sharma said.