New Delhi. The flight of IndiGo flying to Lucknow in the United Arab Emirates was made an emergency landing in Karachi, the capital of Pakistan. It is being said that a passenger traveling in this plane flying from Sharjah of UAE to Lucknow suddenly worsened. Due to this, by providing emergency medical landing, the patient was provided medical facility, but declared him dead in the medical team present at the airport.
According to Pakistan’s Geo News, IndiGo Flight 6E1412 flew from the Sharjah Airport in the United Arab Emirates to Lucknow, India. When the flight was in the airspace of the Pakistan area, the health of 67-year-old Habibur Rehman, who was traveling in the flight, suddenly deteriorated, on which the captain of IndiGo flight contacted the air traffic control and asked for permission for emergency medical landing in Pakistan. Emergency clearance was made at Jinnah Airport in Pakistan at around 5:30 am after getting permission from the Air Traffic Control and an attempt was made to treat the passenger but could not save his life.
Due to heart attack, he died in flight
He was declared dead on seeing him in the medical team of Karachi Airport because the passenger died in the flight due to a heart attack. After this, after completing all the legal process at Karachi airport, the flight left for Lucknow at around 8.36 am. However, this is not the first time that an emergency landing of an Indian aircraft has been made in Pakistan, but even before that an emergency landing has been made in Karachi several times.