In 1984, Indian Airlines Flight 691 (similar to Indian Airlines Flight 421) was hijacked, the seventh hijacking in India in five years. All previously ended in agreeing to the hijackers' demands to release other terrorists and earn money. During her briefing Prime Minister Inthira Gandhi was disappointed by the lack of action on the matter. It was decided to allow a RAW agent, codenamed "Bell Bottom," to deal with the case. As a "just" clerk, he was viewed in shock by other officials and the inference that the accused was the mastermind of a separatist group. Khalistan, named "Azaadi Dal" (lit. 'liberation organization'), is the only front line for Pakistan's ISI that has been rejected by them. as the relationship between Indo-Pakistan has improved After the plane landed at Amritsar when he expected to land in Lahore He was fired, however, his supervisor pointed out that he was an expert in hijacking and was motivated by personal experience.