Latest News Lahore—Details of the police report about a man, who apparently fell from a plane in Al Faisal town in Lahore Thursday night, were sent to the Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) on Friday.
The body’s fingerprints are being searched for in the records of the National Database Regulatory Authority (Nadra) for identification, while the police have reportedly completed all legal procedures regarding the case.
CAA has not given any statement so far. However, it has directed Shaheen Airlines and Air Blue to conduct internal inquiries as their flights took off at that time.
The authority has also directed all the departments working at the airport to check whether any of their regular or contractual employees was missing.
If the suspected stowaway does not belong to any airport department then the issue of breach of airport security is likely to come up.
Station House Officer (SHO) North Cantonment Inspector Arham confirmed that the man, a suspected stowaway, fell from a very high level.
He also confirmed that many of the man’s bones were broken and his head was also damaged from the back.
Eyewitnesses said the body dropped from a plane soon after a flight to Dubai took off around 9pm on Thursday.
The inmates of the house heard a thud on their rooftop and rushed up to find a body of a 20-year-old man lying there.