New Delhi: The Indira Gandhi International Airport at Delhi received a threat call regarding two Air India flights that were scheduled to take off for Lindon the next day.
“We have received a threat regarding two Air India flights, “says senior Delhi police officer:
Rajiv Ranjan is a senior Delhi Police Officer. Rajiv Ranjan said, “We have received a threat regarding two Air India flight, scheduled on November 5.”
According to police the threat call made by pro-Khalistan outfit, Sikhs For Justice group:
Rajiv Ranjan said that they received a threat call about two Air India flights that were scheduled to take off for Lindon on 5 November. Police believe that the call was made by banned pro-Khalistan outfit, Sikhs for Justice. They threatened that they wouldn’t let the flights land on Britain’s capital.
Delhi: Two Air India Flights to London receive threat calls
Rajiv Ranjan, Senior Delhi Police Officer said that the security at the airport has been enhanced. The security level has been increased as said by Rajiv Ranjan. Further, Rajiv said that no doubt Airport is a sensitive place by default. And said that they are coordinating this matter.
The matter is being coordinated with increased security levels: Rajiv Ranjan
Rajiv Ranjan, a senior Delhi Police Officer stated, “We have increased the security level. An airport is a sensitive place by default. We are coordinating this matter.”
What are Sikhs For Justice? Know more
So what are Sikhs For Justice? Well, Sikhs For Justice is a US-based pro-Khalistan, a separatist group. Sikhs For Justice was founded by Gurpatwant Singh Pannu. However, in 2019, Sikhs For Justice was banned under Unlawful Activities(Prevention) Act by the centre.
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