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CBI nabs 2 for aiding Rai to enter airports

DNMUM418083 | 7/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :115 | India



New Delhi: The CBI has arrested one Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) official, Rahul Rathore, and Air One Aviation CMD Alok Sharma for conspiring to get journalist Upendra Rai access to highly sensitive areas of airports in India. Rathore and Sharma were arrested after the CBI officials found their involvement in the crime committed by Rai, currently lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail.
The agency alleged that Rai applied for issuance of Aerodrome Entry Pass in month of January 2017 in the capacity of a consultant of Air One, falsely showing himself as a permanent employee. Sharma then forwarded his application to the BCAS, which in turn forwarded it to Delhi International Airports Limited (DIAL).


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