X-ray test showed cartridges in the bag
According to the information, a passenger named Chhitendra Chandramohan, a resident of Haridwar, was about to go to Delhi from Varanasi airport late on Saturday night by Indigo Airlines flight. The passenger reached Varanasi airport and entered the main terminal building by showing his ticket and identity card. After entry, X-ray checking of passenger’s bags was done while going to the security hold area inside the terminal building. During the investigation, information was received about the presence of cartridges in the bag of the passenger.
CISF informed the police
After getting information that cartridges were kept in the bag, the CISF jawans got the bag opened in front of the passenger. After opening the bag, a live cartridge was found in it. After getting the cartridges, a situation of commotion was seen there. CISF jawans immediately informed the commandant about this. After that the officers who reached the spot stopped the passenger and informed the police.
Papers not shown, police sent to jail
Policemen from Babatpur police station of Phulpur police station reached the airport after receiving information from CISF. When the passenger was asked for information and documents about the cartridges, the passenger could not show them. After that they took him to Phulpur police station. In this regard, Phulpur police station in-charge Praveen Kumar said that the cartridge was found at Varanasi airport from the bag of a passenger going to Delhi by aeroplane. On asking for the documents, he did not show any documents, due to which he was sent to jail after registering a case under the Arms Act.