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Driver under influence trying to barge into Delhi airport was nabbed by CISF

Driver under influence trying to barge into Delhi airport was nabbed by CISF

A man in an inebriated condition trying to drive into the airport was caught by the vigilant CISF personnel at the IGI Airport, Delhi.

The personnel deployed at the main entrance check post of terminal-1D departure, IGI Airport noticed a suspicious vehicle (a damaged black colour Hundai Verna car), bearing registration number DL-8C-AE1109 coming towards the main entry point from the city side. On suspicion, the CISF personnel deployed at the entry point signalled the driver to stop the car, but the driver ignored the signal and forcefully rushed towards the departure terminal entry road.

Immediately, the said CISF personnel flashed the message on a walkie-talkie. CISF Quick Reaction Team (QRT) acted swiftly and stopped the car before departure terminal 1-D.  The driver identified as Jatin Verma was detaine is the resident of Delhi's Rohini. He was under the influence. It also came to light that he was neither a passenger nor intended to drop or receive any one at Airport and did not give any satisfactory reply for his such behaviour.

The matter was informed to Delhi Police. The accusede Jatin with the car was turned over to Domestic Airport Police Station for further legal action in the matter. Delhi Police have registered a case under section 279, 186 & 353 of IPC.

Immediately, the said CISF personnel flashed the message on a walkie-talkie. CISF Quick Reaction Team (QRT) acted swiftly and stopped the car before departure terminal 1-D.  The driver identified as Jatin Verma was detaine is the resident of Delhi's Rohini. He was under the influence. It also came to light that he was neither a passenger nor intended to drop or receive any one at Airport and did not give any satisfactory reply for his such behaviour.

The matter was informed to Delhi Police. The accusede Jatin with the car was turned over to Domestic Airport Police Station for further legal action in the matter. Delhi Police have registered a case under section 279, 186 & 353 of IPC.

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