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.