Man held for entering NSG campus

| Monday, June 20, 2016 - 17:45
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Punjabi was arrested for entering NSG campus | Image for pictorial representation

Gurgaon: A Punjab resident was arrested early on Monday on charge of stealthily entering the National Security Guard's (NSG) base camp at Manesar in Haryana, police said.

Investigating Officer Amit Kumar said Sena Khan alias Gurdeep Singh, 33, was caught around 3 a.m. by Black Cat commandos at the camp.

The man, hailing from Fatehgarh Nihal village in Jalandhar district, was later handed over to Haryana Police.

Durgesh Singh, squadron commander of the country's elite anti-terrorism force, got a case registered against Khan at the Manesar police station.

The accused, a school pass out, reportedly said he entered the NSG camp in search of a job, Amit Kumar said.

"Details will be known only after detailed investigation," he said.

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