The Indian government is in the process of purchasing 131 full-body Scanners and 600 hand-baggage scanners for airports operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). The new scanners aim to improve security levels and reduce waiting times by providing more intense screening in less time. The scanners will replace door frame-type metal detectors and eliminate the need for pat-downs. The full-body scanners will cost around Rs 788 crore and the hand-baggage scanners Rs 246 crore. The airports in Delhi and Mumbai are also planning to purchase similar equipment.
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