CISF detects one live round in wallet of passenger at IGI airport; probe on

15 September 2017, 06:52 PM
CISF detects one live round in wallet of passenger at IGI airport (Image: PTI)
CISF detects one live round in wallet of passenger at IGI airport (Image: PTI)

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on Friday detected one live round at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI Airport).

Assistant Sub-Inspector Yadagiri M of CISF detected a live round of 0.22 caliber inside the wallet of a passenger namely Praveen Kumar on Friday morning.

Praveen was bound to travel to Mumbai. He was not able to produce any valid documents while security personnel were inquiring him.

Later, Praveen was offloaded by the concerned airlines. He was taken to the IGI Police Station by the CISF and handed over to the Delhi Police for further legal action.

In another incident, a passenger carrying kitchen knife sneaked through the security checks at the New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. The passenger carried knife till the time he boarded aircraft.

After boarding the Goa-bound Spicejet aircraft, the man himself informed crew members that he was carrying knife. The incident took place on Thursday. He was immediately deboarded off the plane. 

First Published: Friday, September 15, 2017 06:50 PM
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