Delhi airport gets terror threat from Khalistani group saying won't let Air India flights reach London

Delhi airport gets terror threat from Khalistani group saying won't let Air India flights reach London

The Delhi airport has reportedly received terror threats from a Khalistani group saying that it won't allow two Air India flights to reach London tomorrow.

The threat has reportedly been issued by a group called the Khalistan Commando Force.

DCP Airport, Rajiv Ranjan said, "Terrorist Gurupatvant Singh Pannu, who is associated with the Khalistan Commando Force, has made threat calls to several people and said that on November 5, the group won't let two Air India planes to land in London.