New Screening Procedures for Disabled People at Airports

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New Delhi release a statement confirming that people with disabilities will no longer face humiliating security checks at airports.

Guidelines are being issued by the Central Industrial Security Force on how to scan wheelchair users and those wearing prosthetics. It has been confirmed that the use of a hand-held explosive trace detector (ETD) device will suffice, and those wearing prosthetics will no longer have to remove them.

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