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Bomb threat for Kolkata-bound flight at Delhi's IGI airport, call found to be hoax

Indira Gandhi International Airport

New Delhi:  A Bomb threat call was received at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital on Tuesday, which later turned out to be a hoax, Delhi Police said.

According to official, the hoax call of bomb threat was received at the airport at around 5.15 am regarding a flight from Delhi to Kolkata, which was scheduled to depart from IGI Airport

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After an inquiry, the call was found to be bogus, Delhi Police said.

However, necessary safety protocols were followed, keeping in view the security of passengers.

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Last month, the IGI airport was put on high alert after a bomb threat call was received for a Darbhanga to Delhi flight.

However, during the inquiry, it turned out to be a bogus call, a Delhi Police official said.

The passengers were swiftly deplaned after the flight landed in Delhi. (ANI)

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