Indian passengers quizzed by CISF, avoid media after plane held by France lands in Mumbai

The Indian passengers were interrogated by Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) officials after their charter plane, grounded in France for four days over suspected human trafficking, landed in Mumbai in the wee hours on Tuesday, news agency ANI reported
The passengers who arrived from France went through immigration procedures and customs checks. Their statements were recorded and allowed to exit the airport only after the formalities were completed after almost five hours.
The passengers, hiding their faces, avoided the media on their arrival at the Mumbai airport.
The French administration said 276 of the original 303 passengers were en route to Mumbai, and that 25 others requested asylum in France.