UFO 'Landing' Trips 'High
Alert' At Indo-Pak Border
Press Trust of India

AMRITSAR - A high alert was sounded along the Indo-Pak border in Punjab in the wake of landing of an "unidentified flying object" in Pakistan's territory, BSF Senior Commandant Darbara Singh said in Amritsar on Sunday.
The incident occurred on Thursday evening when some flying object, which took off from the Indian side, landed in Pakistan's territory hardly 300 yards away from the zero line, he said.
The area was identified on the Indian side as BSF Post Fatehpur falling in village Chann Kalan, he said.
Singh said "as per the eyewitness account of BSF constable Jagdish Parishad, who on Thursday evening was keeping vigil on the International Border, had seen some flying object like a hot balloon carrying three persons, who disembarked after landing in Pakistan's territory".
Singh said "now it has become difficult to ascertain the reality that the flying object landed in Pakistan territory after crossing the Indian Territory. As the BSF Constable is not educated enough to identify the object.
"Since the constable has never seen any para glider, fan gliders and even a hot balloon during his service tenure so it is difficult to ascertain the authenticity of the matter", he said.
"In this regard the BSF have already handed over the protest note to the Pakistan Authority for providing necessary information of landing object which has reportedly took off from the Indian side with three persons," Singh said.,0008.htm



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