Nadeem Khan, a youth hailing from Shamli district of Uttar Pradesh, has been arrested by the CISF at a Delhi Metro station on Sunday after he was caught masquerading as a CRPF jawan.
According to the reports, Nadeem Khan was intercepted at the Chandni Chowk metro station on Saturday as his activities were found to be suspicious. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) caught the Muslim youth on Saturday at about 8.22 pm. He was wearing the CRPF uniform.
“Upon enquiry, the man did not give any satisfactory reply and was not having any force ID card or any proof of being a force member,” a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) official said as reported by PTI.
Shockingly, the arrested youth was caught with two Aadhaar Cards with different dates of birth, father’s name and addresses along with a mobile phone.
Reportedly, Nadeem Khan was not carrying any identity card or any proof of being a force member. He had claimed that he was a trainee at the Central Reserve Police Force training force in Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir and that he was on his way to Shamli to attend his mother’s funeral.
However, after the initial investigation, it was found that Nadeem Khan statements were untrue as there was no such trainee of the said name in that RTC. Subsequently, UP Police was also contacted and it was found that his parents are fine.
Nadeem Khan has now been handed over to Delhi Metro Rail Police Station (DMRP) Kashmere gate, to further probe the case and find out his motive.