India's tallest flag at the Indo-Pak Attari border has got Pakistan worried.

According to Hindustan Times, Pakistan's border guards suspect that the tall 360-feet high flag might have hidden cameras installed in it and will be used by India to spy on them.

Pakistani force added that any construction upto 150 metres of the border is not permitted. Hence, the flag also violates an essential norm.

Source: b"Pakistan's border guards suspect that the tall 360-feet high flag might have hidden cameras installed in it and will be used by India to spy on Pakistan. \xc2\xa0| Source: PTI"

However, after they raised their concerns, a flag meeting was held between them and the BSF. While BSF denied installing any hidden cameras in the pole of the flag, they added that the flag stands far from the 150 meter mark and has not violated any norm.

BSF added that the Pakistani force has been quite apprehensive of the flag ever since it was inaugurated.

Source: b'While BSF denied of installing any hidden cameras in the pole of the flag, they added that the flag stands far from the 150 meter mark and has not violated any norm. | Source: Reuters'

A 360-foot high (110 meters) flag post, said to be the country's tallest, was on Sunday inaugurated at the Indo-Pak Attari Border by Punjab Minister Anil Joshi.

Built at an approximate cost of Rs 3.50 crore, the post was a project of the Amritsar Improvement Trust Authority of the Punjab Government.

(Feature image source: PTI)