Following a bomb threat, a Russian airliner was forced to divert to Jamnagar, and the NSG is looking into the situation

Publish Date: 10 Jan, 2023 |

After receiving a bomb threat on Monday, January 9, an Azur Air flight from Moscow to Goa was forced to make an emergency landing at Jamnagar airport in Gujarat. Due to the presence of suspicious material on the flight carrying more than 200 passengers, an emergency landing had to be performed. On the scene are the bomb squad, local police, and an ambulance.

No bomb was found in the plane

Following the Bomb Disposal Squad, the Gujarat Police investigated inside the plane, and subsequently, NSG teams examined the airplane. It has been reported that no offensive item or bomb has been discovered inside the plane after nearly nine hours of searching. According to the director of Jamnagar Airport, the NSG has not discovered anything unusual. Today, the flight is anticipated to leave Jamnagar for Goa somewhere between 10:30 and 11:00 am.

District collector gives information

According to District Collector Dr. Saurabh Parghi, neither the luggage nor the aircraft had any offensive things. He stated that the airplane would depart from the airport in Jamnagar and travel to Goa in around two hours. The collector claimed that everyone had exhaled a sigh of relief following the investigation. Since Monday night at 9 p.m., everyone was on call. NSG squads, according to him, had also traveled from Delhi.


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