CISF arrested 2 for entering IGI Airport with fake tickets
In two different cases, CISF nabbed two accused of entering the terminal building of Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) Airport with a fake ticket.
Among the two accused one is a foreigner. In both the cases, passengers used an edited print of ticket to gain access to the terminal building.
On April 3, the CISF duty personnel noticed a passenger roaming around in the check-in area of Terminal-III following which the passenger, identified as Honey Verma, was intercepted and inquired.
"During an investigation, the passenger revealed that he had gained access to the terminal building by showing an edited ticket. He had come to see-off his parents who were travelling to Guangzhou. After verifying the details from the concerned airline, he was taken to IGI Airport Police Station and handed over to Delhi Police for further legal action," CISF officials said.
A case has been registered against the accused under section 417,447,465,471 of Indian Penal Code (IPC).
In another incident, CISF duty personnel had noticed a foreign passenger, who was roaming suspiciously in the check-in area of Terminal-III on April 2.
The passenger, identified as Dzinhileuski Leanid was intercepted and later enquired.
"On inquiry, the passenger revealed that he had gained access into the terminal by showing an edited ticket of flight; bound for Moscow to see off his mother, who was traveling to Moscow by same flight. After verifying details, the passenger was taken to IGI Airport Police Station and handed over to Delhi Police," CISF added.
A case has been registered and further investigation is on.