Hyderabad: The surveillance maintained by the intelligence wing at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) helped the CISF officials arrest a person for his alleged involvement in a money fraud case.
Following a complaint from a person of Coimbatore that the arrested person M.V.Dinesh Kumar allegedly cheated her to the tune of Rs.10,000 on October 30, surveillance was enhanced by intelligence wing at the airport.
On Thursday, it came to notice that Dinesh Kumar, 21, bound to fly to Bengaluru arrived from Mumbai, and was detained by the CISF at Hyderabad airport.
Hailing from Guntur in Andhra Pradesh, Dinesh Kumar was a frequent flyer and used to fly to many domestic destinations. He allegedly cheated several passengers by collecting money from them, the police said.
He used to carry a false university ID along with an NCC student ID while travelling by flight. In another incident, the Bengaluru airport police had nabbed him in August. He recently got bail from court in that money fraud case.