Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Three men, bound for Doha, held at IGI with fake Indian passports

New Delhi: Three men were arrested by Central Industrial Security Force personnel for using fake passports to travel at Indira Gandhi International Airport.

In the early hours of September 11, at around 4.30am, CISF’s surveillance and intelligence team noticed suspicious behaviour of three passengers while they were entering terminal 3 of the airport. Officials said the trio — Sahidul Sekh, Salam Sardar and Akhtaruzzaman Talukder — all having Indian passports, were bound for Doha by Qatar Airways Flight No.QR-579 when they were intercepted. On inquiry and a thorough checking of their belongings, CISF personnel found a soft copy of a Bangladeshi passport in the name of “Rasal” from the mobile phone of Sekh.

“Senior CISF and immigration officials were immediately informed. Immigration officials confirmed that their Indian passports were fake. Subsequently, the matter was informed to Delhi Police. All three passengers, along with the forged travelling documents, were handed to cops further legal action,” said a CISF official.

14/09/21 Times of India

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