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14 May 2018, 09:14 | Silvia Roy
Because of the search exercise all Mumbai-bound flights were delayed by two to three hours
The IndiGo airline worker was angry over a job termination notice and made a decision to teach the company a lesson.
A staffer of budget carrier IndiGo was arrested on Sunday for allegedly making a hoax call regarding a bomb in a Mumbai bound flight at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI). The airport security staff immediately issued an alert, starting a physical check of hand baggage, screening of passengers and the entire cargo area of Mumbai-bound flights.
Following which few Mumbai-bound flights from IGI Airport were physically checked. The man, whose performance was poor, was told by his employers that he would face action unless he improved. During investigation, police learnt that Bhat's performance was "below expectation" in the airline since he joined the company a year and a half ago.
"The accused was frustrated and went into depression after the notice was served by the airline".
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