During the 47th Raising Day of CISF, the CISF director general Surender Singh said that since October 62 unidentified objects were spotted hovering above the Indira Gandhi International Airport. He said that these objects included kites and balloons as well which could not be spotted well with the naked eye.
According to him, most of the objects which were spotted were completely harmless but there was a need to implement operational guidelines by the government to ensure that the equipment installed at the airport did not suffer any damage.
"This is a general problem which is not only confined to the airport. There are other sensitive installations too (near the airport area). Soon guidelines will be out determining the responsibility of each agency in such cases," he told a leading website.
Along with that, he also said that CISF had spotted 160 weak points in the security offered to the Delhi Metro by the CISf which would soon be fixed by them.
The Delhi Metro sees over 26 lakh commuters every day and the numbers are on the rise as the connectivity increases.