Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 hijacked for 9/11-type terror attack in India?

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 hijacked for 9/11-type terror attack in India?

by Neha Attre

Last Updated: Sunday, March 16, 2014, 11:06

Zee Media Bureau/ Neha Attre
10:45 am: Uighur separatist movement behind disappearance of jet?
The Malaysian authorities are now looking at an email sent by a 35-year-old man from Uighur, China’s troubled autonomous Muslim province, who was also flying on the Malaysia airlines flight, ANI reported. 
The email, which was earlier dismissed, is now being probed.
An email was reportedly sent to a journalist by suspected Uighur separatist movement representatives who claimed responsibility for the flight’s disappearance.
10:00 am: ‘Pilots suspected to be behind Malaysia Airlines jet’s disappearance’ 
US intelligence officials believe that the pilots of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are suspected to be behind the disappearance of the missing jet, as per CNN report.
The houses of both pilot and co-pilot were searched and it is suspected that one of them or both could be behind the disappearance of the jet.
9:00 am: Malaysian Airlines plane suspected to hijacked for 9/11-type attack in India, tweets Strobe Talbott
Strobe Talbott, foreign policy analyst and former US deputy secretary of state, tweeted that the posibility that hijackers wanted the missing Malaysian Airlines plane to be a part of another 9/11-type terror attack in India.

8:15 am: Malaysia launches criminal investigation
Criminal investigation has been launched after Malaysian PM Najib Razak said that the missing plane was deliberately diverted from the route and its communication systems were switched off, the AFP reported.
The plane flew for hours after losing contact and is believed to have flown westward.
8:00 am: India suspends search operation
India suspended the search operation for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on Malaysia’s request which wants to re-evaluate the strategy for the ongoing operation.
Indian Navy ships, planes and helicopters were searching the Andaman Sea islands and Bay of Bengal area for clues related to the missing plane.

 

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