A leopard entered India from Pakistan after crossing the international boundary in the Ramgarh sub-sector of Samba. The Border Security Force (BSF) posted a video of the incident, which was shared by the news agency ANI on Saturday.
#WATCH | A leopard was spotted entering Indian territory by crossing the International Border from Pakistan side in Ramgarh Sub Sector of Samba today around 7pm. Police issued an alert for the locals residing near the border.
(Source: BSF) pic.twitter.com/Zii349MdW4
— ANI (@ANI) March 18, 2023
Check Out How Netizens Reacted To The Video:
This amused netizens, who said they appreciate such ‘trespassing’ from Pakistan’s side. They stated that this type of trespassing is acceptable as long as the trespassers are not wearing bombs.
Aisi trespassing allowed hai ❤️
— Rishpal Singh🇮🇳 (@Rishpalsingh_) March 18, 2023
These kind of cross border intrusions are welcome 💕
— dcemeterygirl (@dcemeterygirl) March 18, 2023
Even leopard don’t want to stay in Pakistan. 😂😂😂
— Chava (@Silly_Point_) March 18, 2023
Users were referring to Islamist terrorists who have frequently crossed the border from Pakistan to inflict havoc on Indian land. Some speculated that it could be a RAW agent returning from a successful assignment. RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) is India’s intelligence agency.
RAW agent coming back from mission.
— mj (@StocksManoj) March 18, 2023
पहले सिर्फ आतंकी आते थे, अब तेंदुए भी आने लगे 🤣🤣
— Older Than Old Monk (@TigerKumaon) March 18, 2023
Jaan bacha kar bhaga hoga. Nahi to isko bhi kha jaate pakistani kangaali me…😅
— Gyanu (@ImAmardeep007) March 18, 2023
Some quipped that even animals don’t want to live in a poor country. Generally, People celebrated the leopard’s return to India from Pakistan.
Leh! Even leopards are not feeling safe in Pak.
— Ankit Agrawal (@ankitech25) March 18, 2023
Check karlo bhaai kahin fat na jaye. pic.twitter.com/8AeJfalHcy
— Vikrant Singh (@_vikrantsingh) March 18, 2023
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(With Inputs From ANI)