30 Mar '17, 4pm

Delhi, Mumbai, 5 other airports to do away with handbag stamping from April 1

Delhi, Mumbai, 5 other airports to do away with handbag stamping from April 1

Domestic air travellers at Delhi and six other airports will not have to get hand baggage tag stamped anymore. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), has decided to do away with the procedure to speed up the check in process from April 1. Besides Delhi, the rule will be implemented in Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Cochin. In December, CISF had started trial runs for this but stamping was resumed after a week due to security concerns. The BCAS had in February issued an order announcing that the procedure was to be done away with but the CISF had at that time object to immediate implementation of the plan . Following this, a joint meeting was held to iron out issues. “Appropriate measures have been taken. The cycle of security check will speed up and our staff will get more time to check suspicious baggage,” CISF DG OP Singh said. Recently, CISF...

Full article: http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi/delhi-airport-6-other...

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