Malaysian Airlines Flight ML370 might have flown to Taliban-Controlled region in Pakistan
Malaysian Airlines Flight ML370 might have flown to Taliban-Controlled region in Pakistan. 11 days after the plane has disparaged and still NO ONE has been about to find the plane, wreckage of the plane, or any of the passengers aboard. Yesterday, Israel announced they upgrading their security as there was some thought that the plane could be loaded with explosives and flown into Israeli air space. Pakistan has 75 bases with permanent-surface runways.
|Malaysian Airlines Flight ML370 might have flown to Taliban-Controlled region in Pakistan|
Malaysia is reportedly investigating a theory that flight MH370 could have slipped under Pakistani radars and landed a Taliban base close to the Afghan border. The pilots’ possible role in the plane’s disappearance is also being examined.
Citing sources, UK newspaper The Independent reported that Malaysian investigators had requested permission from the Pakistani government to follow up a theory that the missing passenger jet had landed close to the border with Afghanistan. The Boeing 777, carrying 239 people, disappeared from radars last week on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Since then, authorities have been unable to ascertain the whereabouts of the plane, and have not found any wreckage from a crash.
The Pakistani government says it has no record of the craft entering its airspace, but has told the Malaysian investigators it is ready to share all available information. In addition, The Kazakh Civil Aviation Committee has said that although the Malaysian Airlines plane could have reached Kazakhstan, their radars would have picked it up.