Operations resumed at Nepal's Tribhuvan International Airport
The security personnel conducted an intensive search operation in the airport but they did not find anything during this search. Only after this the domestic terminal was restarted.
The situation has once again become normal at the domestic terminal of Nepal's major Tribhuvan International Airport. There has been a stir after getting information about the suspicious object here. The entire airport has been evacuated from the point of view of security. Nepal's leading newspaper Himalayan Times has given this information about a suspicious object inside the terminal through a phone. Only after this the airport has been evacuated as a precautionary measure.
The airport authority says that this decision was taken only after the information received over the phone and everyone was thrown out of the airport after that. According to the news of the newspaper, after the information received on the phone, the security personnel conducted an intensive search operation in the airport but they did not find anything during this search. Only after this the domestic terminal was restarted. The security personnel are also finding out who made this call and from where.
Airport General Manager Prem Nath Thakur was quoted as saying that operations were suspended for some time after a false rumor of a bomb found on a phone call, but now it has been resumed. The Bomb Disposal Scud was also called after the information received over the phone. The entire search operation was carried out under his supervision.