New Delhi: Two more persons, including a pilot, were arrested in Ahmedabad by Delhi Police for allegedly using forged marksheets to procure license from the country’s airline regulator DGCA. With this, the total number of arrests in such cases has risen to 11.
Ashok Chand, Deputy Commissioner of Police told in New Delhi with this, five pilots have been arrested by Delhi Police while two others have been apprehended by Rajasthan Police in Jaipur in connection with the racket. A senior DGCA official and three touts were also arrested in this case earlier.
The arrests came following investigations into a complaint filed by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that he forged marksheets to obtain a license.
Late last week, police had arrested Abhinav Kaushik, belonging to private airline Indigo, in connection with the case.