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False ceiling of Airport SSP’s office collapses
Narrow escape for DIG Security, other officers
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JAMMU, Sep 10: Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Security, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Anti-hijacking, Jammu Airport, Superintendent of Police (SP) Security and other officers from Special Security Guards (SSG) and Special Protection Group (SPG) had a narrow escape when false ceiling inside the office of SSP Airport collapsed and fell down.

The officers were holding a security review meeting to finalise the foolproof security arrangements for SPG protected former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, who is arriving in Jammu on Sunday. The renovated Airport Complex was inaugurated on August 17, 2017 and within 21 days, the ceiling of a room came crumbling.

It has been learnt that few plates also fell down in Airport lobby. After this incident, the Special Protection Group (SPG) officers expressed their reservations over the entry of Dr Manmohan Singh in the Jammu Airport complex. Now, the former Prime Minister will be received at the taxing area and taken straight to his car, sources said.

Panic gripped the airport area, when the officers rushed outside the SSP's office. Fortunately, the SSP Airport who had got fitted a safety frame on the ceiling in his room averted the tragedy.

DIG Security Rafiq-ul-Hasan, SSP Airport Rajinder Gupta, SP Security P P Singh, DySP Jagdev Slathia, DySP Hamid Choudhary and DySP Vikram Singh from SSG were holding the meeting when the incident occurred. Sources informed that SP Security has lodged a complaint against the officers of Airport Authority of India and the contractors. Meanwhile, the Airport Authority of India has initiated inquiry into the matter.


News Updated at : Sunday, September 10, 2017
 
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