`Threat` document on flight in Goa
After `Threat` document was found on a chartered flight at the city airport, intelligence agencies are keeping a watch on all the passengers.
Panaji: After an English-Arabic document
with "threatening content" was found on a chartered flight at
the city airport, intelligence agencies are keeping a watch on
all the 243 passengers who were on board the flight from
Gatwick (UK) to Goa.
"Now, we have got details of all the passengers who
travelled by the flight. We have also got the information
about the hotels where they have checked in," a senior
Intelligence Bureau official told the agency.
Local police have also been roped in for the
investigation as the passengers have checked in at different
hotels in the state`s coastal belt, the official said.
The English-Arabic document which read "What doesn`t
kill me, makes me stronger" (a famous quote by German
philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche), was found lying in the
Thomson Airways flight on Tuesday by a cleaning crew member
after all passengers, who arrived from London, had