Delhi: Fake RBI Documents Worth Rs.88k Crore Seized By CISF At IGI Airport; Three Passengers Nabbed
Fake Reserve Bank of India (RBI) documents worth Rs. 88 thousand crores were seized at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Read further on Dynamite News:
New Delhi: Fake Reserve Bank of India (RBI) documents worth Rs 88 thousand crores were seized at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, and three passengers traveling to Chennai were apprehended by the CISF.
Suspicious images in a handbag were noticed at the X-ray at the IGI airport during the pre-embarkation security check at Domestic Security Hold Area, Terminal-3. The bag was marked for physical checks, the CISF said in a press release.
During physical checking of the bag, CISF detected fake RBI documents worth Rs 88 thousand Crores which included stickers with Indian Emblem and RBI Logo, and Bond Papers.
The passenger was later identified as Rahul, who was traveling along with two co-passengers Abdul Irfan and Arpudharaj. All three are Indian citizens and were supposed to travel to Chennai by Spicejet flight, the CISF said. Later, all three passengers along with their belongings were handed over to Delhi Police by CISF for further legal action in the matter.
The Delhi Police registered an FIR at IGI Airport Police Station on Saturday. (with ANI inputs)