An Ethiopian national, identified as Zelalem Million Shibishi, was arrested by Central Industry Security Force (CISF) officials at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in Delhi, India.
NEW DELHI (The Pioneer)―An Ethiopian national was arrested at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport for allegedly entering the airport with a fake ticket.
The man identified as Zelalem Million Shibishi was arrested by Central Industry Security Force (CISF) officials on Friday (October 5) at around 9 am.
According to a CISF official, CISF duty personnel of the IGI Airport noticed a foreign passenger roaming suspiciously in check-in area of Terminal 3. The man was then questioned when he was exiting the terminal area which is not usually permitted for passengers. “On inquiry, he revealed that he used an edited ticket of Ethiopian Airlines flight, bound for Addis Ababa to see-off his mother, who was traveling by the same flight,” a CISF official stated.
“Later, he was taken to the IGI Airport Police Station and handed over to the Delhi Police for further legal action. As learnt, case registered under section 417 (cheating) and 447 (criminal trespassing) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) against the said foreigner,” the official said.
Source: The Pioneer
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