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Security at Delhi airport was increased after the pro-Khalistan organization threatened to disrupt flights

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The group had threatened to disrupt two Air India flights leaving for London from IGI Airport in Delhi on 5 November. (Express photo / representative)

Security at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi has been beefed up after the pro-Khalistan organization was banned. The Sikhs for Justice Police on Wednesday threatened to disrupt two Air India flights leaving for London.

He said the US-based SFJ has called for a boycott of Air India flights and urged the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots to occupy the airport.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (IGI Airport) Rajiv Ranjan said, “We have received inputs after making strong security arrangements that the Sikhs for Justice have threatened to disrupt the operations of two Air India flights to London tomorrow.”

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