Ahead of Republic Day, Security Stepped up at Delhi Metro, IGI; 400 Additional Personnel Deployed


Security at major public transport hubs in the national capital like the metro stations and the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport has been stepped up with the deployment of 400 additional CISF personnel and multi-layered frisking of passengers and their luggage in view of the upcoming Republic Day celebrations, officials said on Wednesday.

They added that while metro passengers are being scrupulously frisked by two personnel at the time of entering a station, travellers at the airport are being asked to remove shoes, heavy jackets and belts before boarding the aircraft.

“The security drills have been stepped up at the Delhi Metro stations and at the Delhi airport in view of the upcoming Republic Day celebrations in Delhi on January 26.  Read More

You may also read!

Appointment of new ISI chief signals Pakistan Army’s hardening stance

The appointment of Lt General Faiz Hameed as the new chief of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), cutting short the

Read More...

US-Iran move closer to a flashpoint as tensions spike

The U.S. and Iran edged toward a flashpoint Monday as Tehran announced it was breaking compliance with the accord

Read More...

To boost defence exports, Modi government to launch ‘Open General Export License’ scheme

Indian Government is working to boost Indian defence exports and towards this it plans to launch a new ‘Open

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Mobile Sliding Menu