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Advocates can use ID issued by BCI to enter Airport Terminal

Now advocates can use their valid advocates ID issued by the Bar Council of India and states (BCI) as a valid ID proof for entry in terminal buildings along with valid tickets. ​

After witnessing a complaint from an Advocate who requested authority to consider the ID issued by the Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) as a government ID proof, the Central Industrial Security Forces (CISF) on December 5 accepted that the Advocate’s Photo ID Card as valid proof of identification for Domestic Travel through airports in India.

​ “It is informed that an instruction has been issued to all Chief Airport Security Officers of all the airports under CISF security cover to accept the photo ID card issued by the Bar Council as a valid ID proof for entry in terminal buildings along with valid tickets as per Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) guidelines,” CISF said in a reply.


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