This came two days after an Intelligence Bureau (IB) alert to Punjab Police on the possibility of Indian Mujahideen being active in Jammu and Pathankot areas. 

Reports say only part of the message was in Urdu, with words “Shakargarh” and "Narowal"' written in English, along with some numbers believed to be of a landline telephone in Pakistan's Narowal district.    

On Wednesday evening, a white pigeon, bearing a stamped message with a wire-like object on its body, landed at the house of barber Ramesh Chandra in Manwal village of Punjab's Pathankot area, four kilometres from Pakistan border. Discovering Urdu markings on the bird, Chandra's 14-year-old son went to the nearest police post around 9 pm with the bird.

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