New Delhi sources have stated that NRI Jaswir Singh Chana caught a lucky break after leaving his bag in a metro train on Airport Express Line while heading towards IGI from where he was to board a flight to United Kingdom. His bag, which contained currency and valuables worth lakhs, was returned to him within minutes by CISF personnel and the passenger was tracked using CCTV surveillance.
According to sources CISF officers said that 5-10 such cases are reported daily and they have devised a swift mechanism to track passengers soon after finding their unattended bags. "We check the bag for its contents and keep it safely so that it can be given back to the owner. In most cases, however, we track the passenger immediately and use CCTV footage to return the bag. A similar procedure was used when the passenger was still at the platform when we located him".
Moreover the officials said 'If a passenger loses
or forgets their bag, it would in most cases be lying at the station control
room, and the bag returned on Monday contained 900 pounds, a camera, an
i-Phone, passport and travelling documents, among other valuables'.
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