Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has allegedly recovered ‘fake’ documents of IBI at Delhi airport. It is being told that three people had reached IGI Airport to go to Chennai. When the CISF jawan questioned them, they started offering bribe. Officials gave this information on Saturday.
According to the information, CISF took this action during the security check at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport. Three passengers were going to Chennai from Chennai Delhi Airport.
During checking, some documents and cash were found with him. When Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) officials inquired about the documents, the three accused started offering bribe.
CISF’s assistant sub-inspector Hari Kishan investigated and found documents with three passengers which matched the documents of the Reserve Bank of India. After this the officials investigated and found these ‘fake’ documents.
Passengers inquired, did not get satisfactory answer
A CISF spokesperson said that when the passengers were asked about the documents, they did not give satisfactory answers. He offered a bribe of Rs 3 lakh to ASI Hari Kishan. On this the officer reprimanded him and informed the senior officers.
After this, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) took the three passengers off the SpiceJet flight and took them into custody. Officials said that the Delhi Police has registered a case in this matter and arrested all three. At the same time, the Director General of CISF has announced a cash reward to ASI Hari Kishan, who has done commendable work.