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Delhi's IGI Airport receives threat call, security tightens

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Delhi's IGI Airport receives threat call, security tightens

Delhi's IGI Airport receives threat call, security tightens

Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport on November 04 received threat call against two London-bound Air India flights which are scheduled for November 05.

Indira Gandhi International Airport, Deputy Commissioner of Police Rajeev Ranjan ensured that security has been tightened.

Rajeev Ranjan said, "We have got inputs that Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has threatened that two Air India flights scheduled for London tomorrow won't be allowed to operate.

We have had a meeting with all the stakeholders.

The security has been tightened.

This airport is already a sensitive place therefore the security is always ensured here but considering the threat the security has been tightened even more."


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