Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday lauded the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) for its airport duty.
According to a survey, an overwhelming 81.72 per cent of the flyers at India's several airports graded the performance of CISF personnel as "excellent".
"Happy to know," the prime minister tweeted from his Twitter handle @narendramodi.
The survey was conducted by the airport guarding force at eight major civil airports in the country in October.
The sample size was over 3.30 lakh people, travelling to international and domestic destinations.
The flyers found "very heartening" the recent initiative of stopping the stamping and tagging of cabin baggage and it was suggested that the practice be emulated at all airports.
(With PTI inputs)
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