Police at the Bandra-Kurla Complex arrested a former National Security Guard (NSG) on suspicion of trying to sneak into an area where VVIPs were sitting during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally at the MMRDA compound on Thursday.
The accused, Rameshwar Mishra, was arrested on charges of impersonation and forgery under the Indian Penal Code.
Police said the 35-year-old man arrived at the scene around 3 p.m. Thursday as the complainant, officers and others guarded VVIP entry for the MP and MLA at the MMRDA ground. He was wearing a ribbon that said “”.Delhi Police PM Security”.
“When the police asked him to show his ID, he refused. , showed them identification documents valid until April 17, 2025. Suspecting that something was wrong, the police detained him and took him to the police station to investigate. Inside, it was revealed that he worked for NSG until 2019.
“He had falsified his ID to show he was still working for NSG.We suspect he was trying to enter the VVIP area for some illegal activity.We is trying to ascertain the reason,” said the policeman.
Senior Inspector Vishram P Abhyankar said: Mishra claimed he didn’t want to watch the event from afar and he tried to enter the VVIP section. “