Tuesday , December 1 2020

Bangladeshi airplanes have landed urgently because they are controlled in the air

Today's doubt was destroyed after attempting to give Biman Bangladesh a flying company.

Aircraft from Biman Bangladesh Airlines. Photos: Gulf News.

Aircraft from Biman Bangladesh Airlines. Photo: Gulf News.

The suspect was killed after a gun fight with the army during a raid at Amanat International Airport in Chittagong, Dhaka Tribune reported. Military officials confirmed the information at a press conference at the airport about 20:30.

Earlier, according to witnesses and airport officials, the trip that led the number of BG-147 left the Dhaka capital, Bangladesh, to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates), had to land in an emergency. at Chittagong Airport, southeast Bangladesh, around 17h40 on February 24.

An anonymous airport official said gunman had tried to take control of the cockpit after the plane was off the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka and forced the pilot to land at the airport in Chittagong.

Bkan's public relations manager Shakil Meraj confirmed the incident and added that the 142 passengers were removed safely after the aircraft was landed.

The armed forces and rapid reaction forces sealed off the area and surrounded the plane. All activities at the airport were stopped, road traffic near the airport was also blocked.

Interior Minister Asaduzzaman, Khan Kamal, said the attacker had put a gun in the pilot when the plane went down. "However, at the end, all passengers and pilots went out safely," he said. "We try to find out why and how this is possible."

Meanwhile, leader of the party, Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal Moin, Uddin Khan Badal, who was also on the plane, said the attacker would open a fire, but not all passengers and # 39 The crew was injured.

According to a witness, he listened to as the pilot tried to stop the attacker from entering the cock. The gunman then announced he was carrying a suicide bomb belt and asked him to contact the telephone directly to Sheikh Hasina, the First Bangladeshi Prime Minister and other senior officials.

Location of Chittagong City, Bangladesh. Picture: BBC.

Location of Chittagong City, Bangladesh. Photo: BBC.

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