New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Monday ordered an internal inquiry into a security breach at its campus in Bangalore. A woman, who goes by the name of Buela, reportedly entered the space agency's headquarters, the Antariksh Bhawan, using fake ID cards and even stayed at its guest house for three days.
Buela was apprehended by the CISF on September 21.
Her husband, who hails from Kerala, said that Buela had been depressed following her father's death two weeks ago.
Buela, who hails from Ahmedabad, has been sent to judicial custody till October 6.
The police also recovered her unique identification card - the Aadhar card, along with her Permanent Account Number (PAN) card and credit card. Sources say that each was under a different name.
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