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Avoid carrying banned material: BIAL

Bengaluru, Nov 27 (UNI) The Kempegowda International Airport authorities have asked the passengers to avoid carrying prohibited items.
In a statement issued here on Friday the BIAL which is maintaining the Airport said that items like lighters, blades, coconuts, toy gun ghee packets, banned drugs and spices are some of the prohibited articles and since there was increase in the seizures of these goods over the last few months.
About 500 grams of prohibited articles were seized on an average and it was confiscated by the CISF. It was also said that passengers are unaware of the prohibited items, which potentially impacts the security frisking process, resulting in delay due to the manual examinations of such baggage.
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