Six Passengers Arrested From Mumbai Airport For Trying To Travel To London With Thailand Boarding Passes

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Mumbai, 24th November 2022: Six passengers were arrested by the Sahar Police at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport for trying to travel on a Mumbai-London flight by obtaining boarding passes for Thailand on tourist visas. The police stated that all six accused are currently in police custody.


The names of these passengers are Gurwinder Kapoor Singh, Salamatveer Kawalpreet Singh, Bhupinder Harman Singh, Sukhwinder Mansingh, Arunpreet Jagjit Singh, and Sandeep Rajinder Singh, residents of Amritsar, Punjab, police said. On Monday evening, Gurwinder and five others arrived at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport to travel to Thailand on tourist visas. He had a tourist visa, told the officials present that he was going to visit Thailand, obtained the boarding pass for the journey, and also completed the immigration process.


He then destroyed the boarding pass in Thailand and tried to get the boarding pass for the flight to London. Not only this, but he also tried to travel by plane from Mumbai to London. As soon as this came to the attention of the immigration officials, they detained all six passengers for questioning. They were handed over to the Sahar Police for further questioning. It was revealed that they had fraudulently obtained a London boarding pass by destroying their Thai boarding pass. In this case, on the complaint of Sandeep Namdev Dagle, the police had registered a case of fraud against six persons. As soon as the case was registered, the six passengers were arrested by the police. The court has remanded the six accused to police custody. Their passports, boarding passes and other materials have been confiscated.