Security Breaches😮 in IGI Airport✈

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Mohammad Abdullah, a Gurgaon resident managed to sneak inside the IGI Airport✈ on a fake Etihad ticket for UAE and spent 🔟 days in the international terminal unnoticed by the security personnel😮. This major security breach occurred a week before the Republic Day of 2016.
Abdullah, who is originally from Hyderabad, was noticed by a housekeeping staffer who alerted the security. He was later handed over to the Delhi Police👮 on January 20th and booked for trespassing. On January 11th, Abdullah checked in with Etihad who found his ticket to be forged and reported the matter to CISF👮 who let him off. An hour later, he took another printout of the ticket and re-entered through another gate and chose to 😳remain within the confines of the International Terminal for 10 days. This isn't a one-off case either. More than 50 people😯 were caught holding fake tickets in 2015 and about 20 cases have reported earlier this year. Senior CISF officers are seeking a strict👊 system to be put in place for screening people. IGI airport follows the SHA security plan under which a person does not❌ have to undergo frisking before entering the terminal building🏬.

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