Indira Gandhi International Airport threatened with a bomb blast

Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, India has been threatened with a bomb blast.

Security has been strengthen up at the airport following the threat. According to an official, the threatening email was received from the name of the al qaeda sargana.

Airport Operations Control had informed about this on Saturday.

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The Security Operations Center has informed all relevant agencies about the threat. It has also kept its staff on alert. In addition to tightening the investigation, patrolling has also been increased.

Earlier, on April 18, a plane was threatened with a bomb at Delhi Airport.

At that time, a passenger on a flight from Bangalore to Delhi had found the leaflet. In which it was written that there was a bomb on the plane. It was also mentioned that the aircraft would explode as soon as it reached Delhi. As soon as the aircraft reached Delhi, the bomb disposal squad checked, but no bomb was found. A high alert has been issued in the capital since July 20.

Intelligence agencies have said that a drone strike could take place before August 15.

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