Two arrested with fake documents at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport


New Delhi: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) arrested two persons with fake documents in connection with human trafficking from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport on Sunday.

Reportedly, the CISF arrested Sayed Murtaza Ahmadzoy, an Afghan national from Terminal-3 area with a fake Turkish passport in the name of Karadeniz Fatih and a boarding pass for Toronto with pre-affixed immigration stamp and fake stamp of security were also recovered from his procession.

According to investigation, the accused disclosed to his accomplice, a suspected human trafficker, named as Ergun Cobandag also a Turkish national and arrived from Astana on March 8.

The CISF located Cobandag and detained him in the check-in area, who had made entry into the terminal building on a fake ticket.

Later, both the passengers with seizure memo were handed over to Immigration Officials for further action.

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