The threat calls were against two London-bound Air India flights scheduled for November 5 Credit: File image

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport went on high alert on Wednesday after it received threats against two London-bound Air India flights. These two flights are scheduled for November 5.

According to police officials, the US-based secessionist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) claimed that they will not allow these flights to operate. Rajeev Ranjan, DCP, Indira Gandhi International Airport said that they have got inputs that SFJ has threatened the two Air India flights and hence security measures have been tightened.

Additionally, a meeting with all the stakeholders was also conducted keeping in mind the threat by SFJ.

SFJ is a US-based secessionist group that supports the secession of Punjab and was banned by India in 2019 as an unlawful association.

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