The CISF officer who stopped Salman Khan at the airport was reportedly said to be in trouble. However, the reality is, he is rewarded for exemplarily performing his duties and not being biased towards celebrities of the country.
Recently, a video of a Central Industrial Security Force officer went viral from the Mumbai airport. The officer stopped Salman as he tried to rush inside the airport and told him to complete his security check first. However, some reports speculated that the officer might be in trouble for stopping Salman at the airport. But, the statement issued by the CISF says a different story.
On August 20, Salman and Katrina Kaif left for Russia to complete the shoot of their upcoming project ‘Tiger 3’. In a paparazzi video it was seen that as Salman stepped out of his car, he was mobbed by his fans and paparazzi at the airport while leaving from Mumbai. Hence, he just went ahead and was about to enter the airport when the CISF officer stopped him and gestured him to complete the security check.
The officer also controlled the public who was trying to capture a picture with Salman. Netizens praised the officer for performing his duties well. However, a recent report of New Indian Express stated that the phone of the officer is confiscated to stop him from talking to the media.
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The CISF responded to this article and stated that the contents of the article are false and don’t have any proof. The CISF in its tweet stated, “The contents of this tweet are incorrect and without factual basis. In fact, the officer concerned has been suitably rewarded for exemplary professionalism in the discharge of his duty. @PIBHomeAffairs.”
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
— CISF (@CISFHQrs) August 24, 2021
Meanwhile, in recent days, many photos of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif shooting in Russia have come up. Some include the pictures from Tiger 3 sets, while some include pictures with fans.