During checking of tickets and Aadhar card, the CISF personnel noticed the suspicious activities of the passenger and reported the matter to the surveillance staff of the CISF
Imphal: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on Saturday, nabbed two individuals with fake documents from Imphal airport in the sensitive northeastern part of India.
At about 10 AM, during ticket checking of the passengers, the CISF personnel at the entry gate for departure at the departure entry gate of Imphal Airport, caught hold of a passenger who had reported with a forged e-ticket and an Aadhaar Card to gain access inside the terminal building. The accused, who was later identified as Md Aslam Khan, was travelling to Delhi via Kolkata by Indigo flight No 6E-202 & 6E-2021.
During checking of tickets and Aadhar card, the CISF personnel noticed the suspicious activities of the passenger and reported the matter to the surveillance staff of the CISF. The passenger was taken to a separate place and was tactfully questioned by the CISF staff, after which he revealed that the ticket was booked in the name of Mocha and the Aadhaar Card was fabricated to match the identity.
In a statement issued by the CISF, it said, "On further enquiry, he disclosed that his co-passenger Md Dilshat S/O Ms Ayub Khan has already entered inside the terminal building by showing e-ticket and fake Aadhaar card in the name of Mr Tomba."
Dilshat was also apprehended by the CISF personnel. After ascertaining the facts, both the passengers with impersonated IDs were handed over to the police for further investigation and legal action.
However, the incident has sent alarm bells ringing all across airports.
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Last Updated 16, Jun 2019, 11:53 AM