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Would-be Bangladeshi plane hijacker was carrying toy gun: Police

southern port of Chittagong where commandos stormed the plane and shot the would-be hijacker.


 A Bangladeshi traveler on a Dubai-bound flight who compromised to explode the plane and endeavored to drive his way into the cockpit was conveying a toy weapon and no explosives, police said on Monday.

Police are exploring how the man had possessed the capacity to load up the Biman Bangladesh Airlines trip in Dhaka on Sunday in any case.

The Boeing 737-800 made a crisis arrival in the southern port of Chittagong where commandos raged the plane and shot the eventual robber, authorities said. Every one of the 148 travelers and team securely landed, police said.

The criminal kicked the bucket later of his wounds.

"The gun with the suspect was a toy gun and he had no bomb appended to his body," said Kusum Dewan, extra chief of Chittagong police.

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"He had all the earmarks of being rationally imbalanced. We heard he had an individual issue with his significant other and requested to address the PM. Be that as it may, we are as yet exploring. We would prefer not to arrive at any resolutions at this moment."

Air Vice Marshal Nayeem Hasan, director of the Civil Aviation Authority, said it was a puzzle how the man, accepted to be in his 20s, had figured out how to get onto the plane.

"It was the obligation of the Civil Aviation Authority to look through every traveler before boarding and it was accomplished for this air ship likewise, however it is a central issue to us that howhe boarded with a gun," he told Reuters.

"Presently we are concentrating on two issues – his experience and character and the security perspective that how he boarded with a gun."

Biman Bangladesh, propelled in 1972, flies to 16 nations.

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