Four men reportedly entered the Indian Air Force’s selection board office premises in Varanasi’s cantonment area by climbing a 10-feet boundary wall on Sunday, an official said on Monday.
Police inspector Ashutosh Ojha said after receiving information about the incident, a police team reached the spot and carried out a thorough search. But no one was found.
A person was taken into custody and released after interrogation. A primary probe revealed that the men who entered the IAF office were labourers and entered the premises to avoid action against them by their contractor.
Ojha said that during the interrogation, the man said his name as Somara and that he was a resident of Gumla in Jharkhand. He claimed to be a labourer.
He was released after verifying his claims from the concerned police station. A further probe into the matter was on.
Intelligence agencies have also been informed about the incident and are gathering inputs.