Flying on fake papers a dangerous game, says Ravi

Flying on fake papers a dangerous game, says Ravi

"Those who try to cheat the people by giving bogus certificates without flying or those people getting an employment... is a very dangerous game," Ravi told reporters outside parliament.

An Air India pilot has been arrested in the capital for allegedly using forged marksheets to procure a licence, the second pilot to be nabbed in the last four days, as a worried DGCA set in motion fresh scrutiny of licenses of nearly 4,000 pilots.

Close on the heels of arrest of a suspended Indigo woman pilot, Delhi police apprehended Captain J K Verma here on Saturday night following investigations into a complaint filed by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) which claimed that some of the pilots had faked marksheets to get their licence.

Verma allegedly forged marksheets of Pilot License Examination for obtaining the licence.

Delhi Police's Crime Branch had on March 8 arrested Parminder Kaur Gulati (38), a suspended pilot of Indigo, for allegedly obtained the mandatory Airlines Transport Pilot License (ATPL) using on forged documents.