BEIJING: A man on Sunday tried to set afire a Chinese airliner with more than 100 people on board while the plane was landing in southern China, but was overpowered by flight crew and co-passengers.
The 95 passengers and nine crew members on board Shenzhen Airlines flight ZH9648 from the city of Taizhou to Guangzhou near Hong Kong had a harrowing time as the male passenger tried to set afire a seat and attempted to damage the facilities while the plane was landing at around 1am on Sunday. He was overpowered by flight crew and other passengers immediately, state-run Xinhua news agency reported without elaborating.
Two of passengers suffered injuries in the ruckus which led to chaos and panic in the flight, the Xinhua report said, adding that they were sent to hospital.
That is an act of terror.
Born to be an Indian
The main question is how was he allowed to carry fire generating equipment in the airplane.
Mahendra Kumar Nayak
It appears security check in the airlines was lax, otherwise the how the person could take the lighter.
he must have a porki connection. or a degree holder from porki terror school or surely must be a follower of same terror manual.
China a staunch supporter of Pakistani terror outfits, will start getting enough dose of it just like Saudi who is experiencing it in hard way now
Price China pays for supporting Pakistan. Pakistan send spare terrorists in to China.
How did he manage to carry a match box or lighter into the plane? Security lapse? Only our ministers are allowed to carry matchboxes
maybe he had a FORGED Indian passport identifying him as a minister ?