Regardless of the tension in relations between India and Pakistan, the religion of humanism is at the top which is followed when it is needed. Its latest revelation was seen on Tuesday when the Go-Air flight of Indian Airlines from Riyadh to Mumbai had to be diverted to Karachi Airport due to medical emergency. However, the passengers for which the emergency landing was done could not be saved.
A passenger aboard Go-Air Flight G8- 6658A suffered a cardiac arrest in the air after which the Pakistan authorities allowed landing on humanitarian grounds. According to reports, a 30-year-old man had a cardiac arrest on the Go Air plane. He was a resident of Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh.
He fainted in the plane after which an emergency landing was made. Doctors at the airport declared him dead. The aircraft was later allowed to fly and take-off. Details of the deceased passenger have not been revealed yet.