The transfer will cut back safety expenditure, AAI stated. (Representational)

Mumbai:

Central Industrial Safety Drive (CISF) personnel performing non-core duties at 60 airports within the nation might be changed by personal safety personnel, an official launch stated on Friday.

The transfer will cut back the safety expenditure, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) stated, and added that “these CISF personnel may be deployed at different airports which can additional strengthen the safety set-up.” “In keeping with the choice of the central authorities, a complete of 1,924 personal safety company personnel might be deployed at 60 airports instead of CISF personnel, posted at non-core obligation posts,” AAI stated within the launch.

AAI additionally stated it has appointed 581 safety personnel from Directorate Basic Resettlement (DGR)-sponsored safety businesses for non-core posts at 45 airports.

“These safety personnel might be deployed after completion of the aviation safety (AVSEC) coaching programme at chosen airports,” it stated.

It additionally stated that as many as 161 DGR personnel for 16 airports are attending AVSEC coaching programmes and they are going to be deployed after completion of coaching from Saturday.

Already 74 DGR safety personnel have been deployed at Kolkata Airport from early this month after attending the AVSEC coaching programme, the assertion stated.

The deployment technique of the remaining safety personnel is underneath course of, it added.

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