Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad international airports have been alarmed for high alert after the waring of threats for hijack attempts. A full anti-hijack drill and security forces arrangements has been started and the National Security Guards have been kept on stand-by for proper research.
According to sources the officials said the alert practice came into process after a woman sent an email to Mumbai police officer addressing the incident that she heard six men at a restaurant, discussing simultaneous hijack of flights of the three airports today.
The Mumbai Police alerted security of the country's airports, the Central Industrial Security Force or CISF. Also the Counter-terrorism teams have been put in place, which have increased vigilance at entry gates and parking lots. The CISF has also called in its sniffer dog squads to investigate any irregularities and quick reaction teams for sanitisation drills. Airlines have been asked to remain extra vigilant and avoid last minutes check-ins.
The CISF have also demanded passengers to cooperate with the security personnel at the airports. The research operation is started to be prepared for any short