Indian passenger travelling to Paris held with fake visa at IGI airport

The passenger was handed over to Delhi Police that booked him on charges of cheating and forgery

Indian passenger travelling to Paris held with fake visa at IGI airport

Photo for representation.

New Delhi, October 18

A Paris-bound Indian passenger was apprehended by the CISF at the Delhi airport on Monday for allegedly using a fake visa to exit the country, a senior official said.

Amjot Singh was scheduled to take a Qatar Airways flight to Paris through Doha but he was intercepted by Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel during checks at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport.

“Immigration officials confirmed that the visa affixed on his passport was fake,” a senior CISF officer said.

The passenger was handed over to Delhi Police that booked him on charges of cheating and forgery, he said. —PTI

Tribune Shorts


Top Stories

Consider stern travel curbs, booster shot: House panel

Consider stern travel curbs, booster shot: House panel

10 flyers from S Africa go missing in K’taka

Mumbai civic body mandates 7-day home quarantine of passengers from high-risk countries

Mumbai civic body mandates 7-day home quarantine of passengers from high-risk countries

The BMC issues the order as Mumbai international airport cat...

Bengaluru doctor infected with Omicron doing fine

Bengaluru doctor infected with omicron doing fine

It is just another Covid strain, says a senior doctor monito...

Cyclone ‘Jawad’ likely to weaken into deep depression before making landfall near Puri on Sunday

Sigh of relief for Odisha, AP as cyclone Jawad likely to weaken into deep depression

The development comes as a relief for the eastern state alre...

Police lathicharge youth protesting against ‘anomalies’ in Punjab Police recruitment

Police lathicharge youth protesting against ‘anomalies’ in Punjab Police recruitment

Several girls are said to be injured and they have been hosp...

Cities

View All