As per http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=5&taxon_id=242422492
, Fumaria indica
is "Very similar to Fumaria parviflora
Lam. but leaf segments flat or almost fiat, very much like those in Fumaria vaillantii
Lois., from which it differs by its bracts which are as long or slightly longer than pedicels. It is said to be a hybrid between the 2 species, Fumaria parviflora
Lam. and Fumaria asepala
Boiss., both recorded by Blatter & Fernandez (l.c. 675-676) from Waziristan are probably mis-identification of this species. These species do not occur in our area, but closely resemble Fumaria indica
in having bracts as long as the pedicels. Used as fodder and in local medicines as blood purifier. "
A close-up of flowers may help.