Delhi: Airport security increased after threat from Khalistani organization, police on alert

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Delhi: Airport security increased after threat from Khalistani organization, police on alertDelhi Airport (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)

new Delhi: Khalistani organizations have threatened terrorist attacks in many places including Delhi Airport. Security has been beefed up at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport after receiving calls threatening terror attacks. According to initial reports, two Air India flights in London can be targeted tomorrow i.e. on 5 November. The callers said that they will not allow Air India flights to reach London. Subsequently, security has been increased in and around the airport.

DCP Rajeev Ranjan told ANI, “We have received input that the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has threatened that they will not be allowed to operate two Air India flights to London tomorrow. Security has been tightened. ”

DCP Rajiv Ranjan said, “We have increased the number of pickets and intensive search is being done for all vehicles entering the airport.” Armed personnel of Delhi Police in plain clothes are also posted at the airport.

Let me tell you that on November 5, ie tomorrow, the 1984 riots in Delhi will be 36 years, that is why the Khalistani terrorist has threatened to call many numbers.

Earlier on Tuesday, the government announced a ban on 12 websites affiliated with pro-Khalistan organizations. According to reports, some of the banned websites were being directly operated by the illegal organization ‘Sikh for Justice’ (SFJ).

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