It was nothing but ARP cache from the Service Provider side, There was another switch between the Palo Alto Networks Firewall and ISP router. The ARP cache that i was getting on the firewall was from the switch not from the actual ISP router. The issue immediately got fixed upon ARP cache clear.
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