Kerala Home minister Ramesh Chennithala said an inquiry has been ordered. Forensic officials went to the Karipur airport to probe the shooting incident in which CISF jawan Jaipal Yadav was killed.
Airport director Janardhanan said operations have become normal with two Air India Express flights from the Gulf landing this morning.
Malappuram Superintendent of Police Debesh Kumar Behara said cases have been registered against 15 persons under section 302 (murder) of IPC. He said 10 Fire and Rescue Service personnel of AAI have been 'detained'. "The situation is normal. We are providing all support to maintain peace", he said.
Home Minster Rajnath Singh said in New Delhi that he had spoken to CISF Director General with regard to the incident.
A large posse of police personnel has been deployed at the airport. Police has also viewed the CCTV footage of the incident as part of the investigation.
Anil Bali, CISF Commandant, said they will fully cooperate with police investigation. "Police is investigating the case. They are doing their job very well. We are brothers in uniform. I am sure they will do whatever is best in a professional manner. They have do their duty. Law will take its own course," he said.

Passengers, who witnessed the violence, alleged that following the death of a CISF jawan, some CISF personnel went on a rampage chasing away passengers and other officials with lathies.

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