MULTAN: Security has been put on high alert at Multan Airport after Civil Aviation Authority received terror threats, ARY News reports on Monday.
Unknown persons, a few days ago, had threatened to hijack the airplanes leaving Multan Airport and the airport will be blown up.
Airport authorities, while placing the security on high alert, have increased the contingents of the Airport Security Force (ASF) and have placed snipers on the buildings.
Sources further said that the luggage of the passengers is also being strictly checked.
According to ASF sources, terror threats were also received in airports of Peshawar, Quetta, Dera Ghazi Khan, Rahim Yar Khan and Sukkur.