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Jewelry and Money were Allegedly Taken During the Security Check at the Delhi Airport; An FIR was Filed Against CISF Officers

  • Posted on January 13, 2023
  • News
  • By Akta Yadav
Jewelry and Money:-
After an Australian woman claimed that her jewelry and foreign currency worth Rs 50,000 were stolen from her handbag during an X-ray check while she was transiting from the international to the domestic sector of the Delhi airport, an FIR was filed against unnamed CISF employees.   Akeshni Singh Gour, 40, experienced this unfortunate situation on August 11 while traveling on an Air India flight from Sydney to Delhi and then taking a connecting flight from the airline to Hyderabad. To attend her father-in-law’s funeral.   The FIR, filed on January 4, states that the entire event was an act involving several authorities who knew what they were doing, and they took advantage of the women’s vulnerability as knowing a mother traveling alone with two young children (ages 3 and 7) who were both tired following a 15-hour flight.   Jewelry and Money Jewelry and Money-Jewelry and Money-Jewelry and Money Gour further claimed that she discovered the theft once she arrived in Hyderabad and that she had a strong suspicion that security personnel were involved because, throughout the trip, her rucksack carrying valuables had been the only time out of her sight was when she was screened.   Akenshni Gour stated I wrote to every authority in the last six months, starting with Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia to airport security, Delhi Police, CISF, etc... Still, it wasn’t until December 30 that I received an email from SHO IGI Airport inviting me to join the investigation,” further adding that she travels to India occasionally and that this trip was her first in six years.   The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Public Relations Office of Apoorv Pandey stated that they are investigating the situation. On October 11, 2022, I received an email from Arun Singh, AIG/Airport Security, asking me to pursue the matter with the local police,” the woman claimed.   Arun Singh’s letter continues, "Local Police is the right authority for settling your grievance.” She described specific occurrences, claiming that she used five trays for the X-ray screening: three for her bags, one for her suitcase, and one more for her laptop. She went through the screening process and came out the other side with her kids.   All trays, all but the one holding the rucksack containing my items, came out simultaneously. I gathered everything and afterward noticed the tray with the backpack moving to the opposite side, where those bags with dubious contents go, she said.   When the officer asked me for my boarding pass after crossing, I responded, The boarding pass is in that bag itself. He then instructed me to remove that, which I did because it was directly on top; she continued.   Jewelry and Money Jewelry and Money-Jewelry and Money-Jewelry and Money She wasn’t suspicious when the officer asked her to leave after inspecting the X-ray screen. However, she thought it was odd that he didn’t even check the luggage. Why didn’t they examine it then if they found some suspect items? They urged me to leave quickly, and without being inspected, she claimed.   According to the FIR, she said, “I am desperate and hoping to have faith in India’s legal system to help me not only for my benefit but also to make sure that there aren’t any more victims who travel through India and are targeted by these low lives who are supposed to be there in the first place for our safety and security.”   Do visit our website for more such news articles where we share The True Stories of The World. The
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