Man breaches Delhi air­port se­cu­rity


A28-year-old man man­aged to breach a 10-feet high barbed bound­ary wall of the Delhi air­port re­cently, but was nabbed by the Cen­tral In­dus­trial Se­cu­rity Force (CISF) of­fi­cers be­fore he could head to­wards the run­way. Sources said that CISF men posted on duty at a nearby watch­tower first no­ticed the sus­pi­cious move­ments of the man and nabbed him as soon he jumped over the bound­ary wall.

The ac­cused, a na­tive of Hy­der­abad, is cur­rently be­ing in­ter­ro­gated by a joint team of Delhi Po­lice and In­tel­li­gence Bureau (IB).

Sources said the man first drew at­ten­tion of the CISF men when he was at his res­i­den­tial com­plex in Mahipalpur. The ac­cused was ap­par­ently found loi­ter­ing around in a sus­pi­cious way when the CISF men were par­tic­i­pat­ing in a clean­li­ness drive. He was handed over to the po­lice who ques­tioned and re­leased him.

Sources, how­ever, claimed that CCTV cam­eras in­stalled in the part of the air­port were not func­tional. The Perime­ter In­tru­sion De­tec­tion Sys­tem did send an alert of in­tru­sion but the cam­eras couldn’t cap­ture how ex­actly the man had man­aged to jump inside.

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