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Various airports in the country owe Rs 9.7 billion to CISF security to them

Out of the Rs 8.8 billion amount, the maximum Rs 7.88 billion is pending against the IGI Airport

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Dues amounting to about Rs 9.70 billion are pending against various in the country in lieu of providing security to them, a top of the paramilitary force said Monday.

Director General (DG) said during an interaction here that while an amount of Rs 8.80 million is pending against 'joint venture' or the privately-run facilities, about Rs 900 million is due against those which are operated by the Airports Authority of (AAI).

Out of the Rs 8.8 billion amount, the maximum Rs 7.88 billion is pending against the (IGIA) in the national capital, run by (Delhi International Airport Limited), he said.

"We have communicated this to the and the as they are the expert ministries to figure out (the solution)," the DG said.

Ranjan added that any call on withdrawal of the (CISF) from these airports, owing to the dues, can be taken by the two ministries as they are "authorised to take a call on that."

The is tasked as the security force to guard in the country but as of now only 60 such facilities are under its cover.

First Published: Mon, October 08 2018. 18:31 IST
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