Airport (IGI) received a bomb threat
Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) received a bomb threat email on Saturday. The IGI Police Department notified the airport control centre of the equipment of al-Qaeda terrorists attempting to attack the airport. ISI police told ANI that the terrorist group planned to plant a bomb at the airport within one to three days.
"On Saturday, IGI police station informed Airline Operations Control Center (AOCC) at the airport about a bomb threat e-mail received with the subject of planned bomb blast by Al Qaeda Sargana at IGI airport stating that Karanbir Suri alias Mohamad Jalal and Karanbir Suri's wife Shaily Sharda alias Haseena are coming to India on Sunday from Singapore and plan to put the Bomb on IGI in 1-3 days," the IGI airport stated.
According to an official statement from the IGI airport, the investigation identified the threat as "non-specific" and the Bomb Threat Assessment Committee (BTAC) was suspended at the airport. The Security Operations Control Center (SOCC) has recently received similar threat reports with similar names, with similar threat language and partners.
“However, additional warnings have been issued, and all security measures have been strengthened at the IGI airport,” the statement said. The Security Control Center notifies all interested parties and informs personnel of the explosion threat.
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