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CISF personnel recovered 14 live cartridges. After which CISF jawans took him into his custody.
- Case under Arms Act is being filed for not showing cartridge papers in police investigation
During the investigation, a CISF personnel recovered 14 cartridges at a Chaudhary Charan Singh airport in Uttar Pradesh capital on Tuesday going to a passenger going to Delhi. After this, the CISF jawans took him into custody. After interrogation by the CISF jawans for a long time, the passenger handed over the passenger to Sarojini Nagar police, if they did not get any correct answer. Where the police detained the passenger and is questioning him.
What was the whole matter
There was boarding of passengers going to Delhi from the IndiGo flight on Tuesday at Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport. During the investigation of CISF personnel deployed in airport security, cartridges were found near a person going to Delhi. Originally from Haidergarh, Barabanki, Ratindra Singh lives in Madianv Kotwali area of Lucknow. 14 live cartridges of .32 bore were found from the bag of Ratindra Singh. The investigation team at the airport was alerted after receiving the cartridge.
Could not show correct answer and papers in inquiry
After finding the cartridge in the bag, the CISF jawans took the passenger, Ratindra, into custody but for a long time the passenger did not get the correct information about the cartridge and handed it over to Sarojini Nagar police. Sarojini Nagar Inspector Anand Kumar Shahi says that the cartridge license present in the detained passenger is an arms license in the name of his father Rajkumar, but because of his father being in Delhi and could not reach here. Due to this, action is being taken against Rathindra under the Arms Act for keeping the cartridge with him without the presence of the arms license holder.