Bomb Threat: Bomb news in Iran's passenger plane, no permission for landing in Delhi-Jaipur
Bomb Threat According to sources, security agencies in Delhi had received information about the possibility of a bomb in an Iranian passenger plane. After which an alert has been issued and the aircraft has not been allowed to land in Delhi.
There has been news of a bomb in an Iranian passenger plane passing through Indian airspace. According to sources, an alert has been issued after the news of a bomb in the plane. The passenger plane is now heading towards China. At the same time, security agencies have been entrusted with the responsibility of monitoring the aircraft.
Landing not allowed in Delhi-Jaipur
According to ATC sources, while en route from Tehran in Iran to Guangzhou in China, Mahan Air contacted the ATC of Delhi airport and sought permission for an immediate landing in Delhi. Delhi ATC suggested the plane to go to Jaipur. But the pilot of the plane refused and left the Indian airspace.
Indian aircraft were deployed
According to sources, security agencies in Delhi had received information about the possibility of a bomb in the plane, following which an alert has been issued and the aircraft has not been allowed to land in Delhi. It is being told that during this time the fighter planes of the Indian Air Force also tried to stop the Iranian passenger plane.
Aircraft not allowed
Let us inform that after receiving the news of the bombing of Iran's passenger plane, it was moving towards Delhi airspace. After entering Indian airspace, the aircraft sent an alert about a bomb to the Indian Air Traffic Control. Sources told news agency ANI that Indian Air Force Su-30 MKI fighter jets were sent from Punjab and Jodhpur airbases to intercept the passenger plane.
Agencies are alert
However, now the plane full of passengers is moving towards China and in view of this, strict monitoring is being done by Indian security agencies.