Mumbai police register case for Hijacking threat

Mumbai police in Maharashtra has enlisted an offense against the unidentified guest who had undermined to commandeer an Air India air ship and take it to Pakistan.

The call had been made to a Navi Mumbai-based call focus which gives administration to the national transporter Friday night.

“We have enlisted a case at Rabale MIDC station under IPC areas 505 (open naughtiness) and 507 (criminal terrorizing by a mysterious correspondence),” said Deputy Commissioner of Police Sudhakar Pathare Sunday.

“We are testing the case with the assistance of Cyber Cell,” he included.

Following the danger call, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai was put on high caution and the security there was amplified.

In spite of the fact that it was delegated a non-explicit danger, Air India considered it important in perspective on the circumstance in the wake of the Pulwama dread assault.

The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security Saturday issued mandates to all aircrafts and air terminal specialists to receive “improved safety efforts, for example, stricter checking of vehicles entering leaving territories and upgraded screening of travelers, staff and guests.