Ghaziabad: A man was shot at and injured, while attempting to scale the wall of high-security Hindon airbase on the outskirts of the national capital close to midnight today, police said.
He was later admitted to hospital.
Family members of Kumar said he was drug addict, a habit he allegedly acquired during a two-year stay in Mumbai.Senior superintendent of police HN Singh Kumar was being questioned.Kumar is from Pratapgarh in Uttar Pradesh and is staying in Ghaziabad for the past couple of months."He had been staying at places in Delhi's Anand Vihar and in Ghaziabad , As Reported By Hindustan Times".
Superintendent of Police Aakash Tomar said security has been beefed up and additional forces were deployed in the peripheral areas of the Hindon air base.
Summary: Police said Sujit Kumar was shot in one of his legs when he ignored warning by security personnel guarding the air base.
Further details are awaited.
The 25-year-old, on the other hand, claims that he did not have anything to eat and he just wanted to sit there.
Sujeet was first spotted around the Hindon airbase at around 10.30 pm on Tuesday. "Sujeet said he was preparing to take a ride on one of the planes", the official said. Call details are being fetched.
When the security personnel stopped him, he started scaling the boundary wall and refused to give up despite several warnings.