“Incorrect & without factual basis”: CISF says personnel, who stopped Salman Khan at airport, suitably rewarded


The Central Industrial Security Force, which is responsible for managing the security at Indian airports, has denied reports that one of its personnel was punished for stopping actor Salman Khan at the Mumbai airport recently. Instead, the CISF said, the officer in question was ‘suitably rewarded’ by the paramilitary organisation.

It wrote on Twitter, “The contents of this tweet are incorrect & without factual basis. In fact, the officer concerned has been suitably rewarded for exemplary professionalism in the discharge of his duty. @PIBHomeAffairs.”

This was after a newspaper claimed that the CISF had punished its officer for stopping Salman Khan, who was recently spotted at the Mumbai airport along with Katrina Kaif.

A recent video had shown Salman Khan arriving at the Mumbai airport. He was being accompanied by an army of paparazzi. As he attempted to enter the airport building, a CISF personnel had stopped him asking him to first get the security clearance from his colleagues. The CISF personnel and also directed the photographers to stay away.

Both Salman and Katrina have reportedly left for Russia to shoot their upcoming film Tiger 3, which is the third film of the Ek Tha Tiger series.


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Katrina has been sharing videos and photos on Instagram from Saint Petersburg. Salman is expected to return to India in October when he will start shooting for the new edition of the Colors TV reality show Bigg Boss 15.