Fake 'Bomb' Note Found In Delhi-Vadodara Air India Flight's Washroom Sparks Panic (WATCH)

(MENAFN- AsiaNet News) Panic ensued aboard a Delhi-Vadodara Air India flight at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport as a crew member discovered a tissue paper bearing the word "bomb" in the aircraft's washroom, according to police reports on Thursday.

The incident, which unfolded on Wednesday evening, prompted an immediate search of the flight. However, authorities found nothing suspicious during the investigation, a police officer stated.

The alarming discovery was made just as the flight was preparing for take-off at 7 pm, intensifying concerns among passengers
and crew members. Upon noticing the tissue paper, the crew promptly alerted authorities, prompting the involvement of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and the Delhi Police

In response to the potential threat, passengers
were swiftly asked to disembark from the aircraft as security personnel conducted a thorough search. Despite the extensive inspection, no evidence of explosives or any other suspicious items was found on board.

Following the clearance from security officials, passengers
were rerouted to their destination via another aircraft, ensuring their safety and the resumption of their travel plans.


AsiaNet News

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