CISF detects huge quantity of medicines from foreign national at IGI Airport, Delhi

New Delhi, May 26 (FN Agency) Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) detected a huge quantity of medicines worth Rs 64.40 lakh from a foreign national at IGI Airport in New Delhi, CISF said on Thursday. On the basis of behavior detection, CISF surveillance and intelligence staff noticed suspicious activities of a foreign passenger, identified as Fazli Ahmad Shah Mohammad, at the Check-In area near “C” row, Terminal-3 of IGI Airport.

The passenger was taken to the random checking point for thorough checking of his luggage, said CISF. The passenger was carrying one registered baggage and two hand baggage. On screening of his baggage through the X-BIS machine, CISF personnel noticed suspicious images inside the bags. `On physical checking, huge quantities of different types of medicines worth Rs 64.40 lakh were detected. On enquiry, the passenger could not produce supporting documents or Doctor’s prescription for carrying such a huge quantity of medicines. The matter was informed to Senior Officers of CISF and Customs Officials. Later, he along-with detected medicines was handed over to Customs for further legal action in the matter.