Woman alleges she lost cash at airport X-ray
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A woman has alleged that she lost an envelope containing $4,000 in cash and forex receipts during security check-in at the Indira Gandhi International Airport after she deposited her handbag at the X-ray counter.
Police said the incident took place on August 25 when the woman, a resident of Hauz Khas in South Delhi, and her husband were going through the mandatory security checks to board a Royal Jordanian flight to Oman.
"Around 4 am, I and my husband were on the way to immigration and security check after collecting our boarding cards. I was carrying an envelope containing $4,000 and forex receipts in my handbag, which I had to deposit for the X-ray screening. About 20 minutes before boarding our flight, I noticed that the envelop was missing," she told police on September 1.
A CISF spokesperson said: "The complainant and a Delhi Police sub-inspector were shown CCTV footage. Her handbag, after the X-ray screening, was not touched by any member of our staff." Police said other CCTV footage would be examined to ascertain the sequence of events.
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