For the past few days, the problems of passengers are increasing continuously at all the three terminals T1, T2 and T3 of Delhi Airport. Due to heavy traffic congestion, passengers are facing many challenges in reaching their destination. Regarding this, many passengers are continuously complaining about the airport arrangements on social media and twitter and are pleading with the public representatives.
Whereas in the coming days due to cold and fog, this crisis may deepen because due to the effect of fog, fog and cold, there is a change in the movement schedule of the aircraft. In this situation, the number of passengers at the airport will increase further and if better arrangements are not made for the already arriving passengers and the checking process, then surely it will be a big challenge for the airport to improve the arrangements. Today on Monday, Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia arrived at Delhi Airport to inspect, then there was a stir among the officers and employees present there.
The airport of the country's capital Delhi is the world's 8th largest passenger terminal and in 24 hours, more than 2 lakh passengers travel through the terminal. Akash Mishra, a passenger going from Delhi to Hyderabad, said during a conversation with ABP Live that almost every day there is a problem and these days the challenges have increased here. This problem is being faced due to lack of space in the security check area, apart from the fixed scanning machine, less number of CISF personnel and lack of other facilities for the passengers.