Kolkata-Bound Air India Flight Grounded At Delhi After Bomb Threat

Officials said a bomb threat assessment committee (BTAC) is undertaking sanitisation drills on the flight and all 248 passengers and 11 crew members have been de-boarded.

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Kolkata-Bound Air India Flight Grounded At Delhi After Bomb Threat

The bomb threat was received at the Mumbai airport at about 2:45 pm. (Representational)

New Delhi:  A Kolkata-bound Air India flight has been grounded at the Delhi airport following reports of a bomb threat, an official said.

The official said a bomb threat assessment committee (BTAC) is undertaking sanitisation drills on the flight and all 248 passengers and 11 crew members have been de-boarded.

A call threatening to bring down the plane was received at the Mumbai airport at about 2:45 pm, after which the flight was grounded.

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"The flight has been isolated and anti-sabotage checks are in progress at the Indira Gandhi International Airport," a senior official said.

The CISF and other security agencies are on the job, along with canine and bomb disposal squads, he said.

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