Nearly 100 Cases Of Illegal Entry Reported From Airports

India’s aviation sector is among the fastest-growing markets globally but there are issues that may obstruct its growth. There were 96 incidents of illegal entry reported from airports across the country in 2017, according to government data.

The ministry of civil aviation informed Parliament on Tuesday that 130 people, including foreigners, were apprehended for involvement in such cases.

Minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha, in a written response to the Rajya Sabha, admitted unlawful entries could “potentially” pose a threat to security at airports. But he added that several measures had been taken. Read More…

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