The security at the Bengaluru International Airport is being questioned when a city-based techie entered the airport to see off his wife and four-month baby with a fake travel ticket.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) arrested the person only whereas he was attempting to exit the airport. he’s said to have entered the airport to help his wife with the bags as she was finding it tough to manage as she also had her four-month baby along with her.
According to a report in Deccan Chronicle, Amit Kumar – a software engineer, entered the KIA with a fake ticket on June 30. Amit, who hails from Kolkata, photoshopped an old ticket to achieving entry into the airport. He had edited the date and time on the ticket and was able to gain entry into the airport.
Amit, who was later detained by the CISF at the exit throughout the interrogation told the CISF personnel that he had no ulterior motive but only needed to assist his by carrying her baggage as she was finding it tough with a four-month-old baby in hand. His wife was traveling to Kolkata.
He currently been booked by the Bengaluru International Airport police under IPC 420 (Cheating), 465 (Forgery) and 471 (Foreign a genuine document) and sent him to judicial custody.
The June 30 incident at the Bengaluru airport can be ruled as a minor incident, however, it’s exposed a flaw within the security, that might simply be exploited by anyone with ulterior motives.
The security agencies back in March had issued an alert that vulnerable public installations like the airports are high on the list of targets for terrorists. soon when this talks also were being controlled with CISF, the agency responsible for manning security in any respect airports in India, to draw a comprehensive defense plan to protect the airports against all such threats.