No Radioactivity leakage in New Delhi

No Radioactivity leakage from the consignment arrived by Turkish Airlines on 29.05.2015 at Indira Gandhi Cargo Terminal, New Delhi Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) and the Department of Atomic energy (DAE) have received intimation on suspected radioactivity leakage at the Indira Gandhi International Airport Cargo Terminal, New Delhi today (29th May, 2015) morning. The preliminary information revealed that the suspected leakage was from a consignment arrived through Turkish Airlines from Istanbul. Immediately, a team from the DAE Emergency Response Centre at Delhi, representatives of AERB posted at the Northern Regional Regulatory Centre (NRRC) located at Delhi, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and other concerned officials from...
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