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There is a bomb in my bag… the passenger told the Air India Express staff during checking and then there was chaos at the airport… – Air India Bomb Threat

Air India Express Bomb Threat: There is a bomb in my bag… A passenger travelling in Air India Express flight said these things to the staff during checking and a ruckus broke out at the airport. Immediately the airport security personnel and airport authority came into action mode. The airlines staff immediately informed the ‘Bomb Threat Assessment Committee’ (BTSC) and its team reached the spot. However, the rumour of a bomb in the bag turned out to be false. The security personnel have arrested the accused. Efforts are on to find out the motive behind his lie.

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However, so far no information has been revealed whether there was really a bomb in the passenger’s bag or not. Usually in such cases, the information about the presence of a bomb turns out to be fake.

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Earlier also many passengers have given such threats during flight and checking, but nothing has been found in their bags during the investigation. But on receiving a bomb threat, the airport administration has to take immediate action as per the rules and check the bag and the passenger as per the SOP made.

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Bomb threat on Air India flight turned out to be a hoax

On Tuesday (25 June), there was information about a bomb in the Air India flight going to London. During investigation, it was found that the bomb threat was a rumour. The person who called the police and threatened about the presence of a bomb in the flight has been arrested.

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According to the police, the accused has been identified as 30-year-old Suhaib, who was angry with the poor service of the Air India staff. When he came to Kochi from London, he was not happy with the facilities provided to him in the flight. After this, he called the police and gave fake information about a bomb in the flight. Suhaib works as a marketing executive in London. He lives there with his family. The accused had recently come to Kerala for a holiday.

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