Thursday, October 6, 2022



Indigo flight delayed over ‘suspicious message’ on passenger’s phone

New Delhi, Aug 15, 2022- An IndiGo Mangaluru-Mumbai flight was delayed by over five hours after a female passenger alerted officials about a suspicious text message that she noticed on the fellow passenger’s mobile phone.

The incident took place on Sunday when passengers of flight 6E 5327 from Mangaluru to Mumbai had boarded the plane.

As per officials, a female passenger noticed her co-passenger’s phone and panicked after reading the word ‘bomber’ while chatting with his female friend.

“Thereafter, she raised an alarm and the aircraft had to be taken to the isolation bay of the airport for further enquiries,” said an airport official.

There were 185 passengers on board and the passengers were asked to disembark the plane for further checking. In the process, the flight got delayed by over five hours.

According to officials, no complaint was lodged as it was “a casual conversation between two friends”.  (Agency)

CLICK HERE to like Facebook Page for regular updates

- Advertisement -

Yes Punjab - TOP STORIES

Punjab News

Sikh News

Transfers, Postings, Promotions

- Advertisement -spot_img

Stay Connected






First elected Congress prez in 22 years faces Himalayan challenge – by Deepika Bhan

The question -- Is India's grand old party in its last stage? -- has been repeatedly raised in the past few years, and the...

Popular Front of India – India’s internal insurgency – by Arshia Malik

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) -- which was probing over 100 (Popular Front of India (PFI) members in connection with various cases -- arrested...

India’s rise as a global counsel at Samarkand summit – by DC Pathak

The post-Cold War world - no more divided in rival camps created by two competing superpowers confronting each other for military and ideological reasons...


Health & Fitness

Over 80% of Indians suffers from micronutrient deficiencies: Report

New Delhi, Oct 4 (Agency) More than 80 per cent of the Indian population suffer from micronutrient deficiencies, contributing to compromised immunity, a report said on Tuesday. According to a consensus by the Consumer Health Division of Bayer, more than two billion people suffer from MiND (micronutrient deficiencies) globally, with nearly half living in India. "The doctor's consensus paper has identified...

Gadgets & Tech

error: Content is protected !!