फ्लाइट में पेशाब केस-एअर इंडिया पर 30 लाख जुर्माना: पायलट को भी 3 महीने सस्पेंड किया, आरोपी के वकील बोले- 4 महीने का बैन गलत

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DGCA has imposed a fine of 30 lakhs on the airlines for the urination incident in Air India flight. According to news agency ANI, the pilot’s license has been suspended for 3 months. Meanwhile, the counsel for accused Shankar Mishra said that the four-month ban imposed on his client is wrong.

Accused Shankar Mishra’s lawyer Akshat Bajpai has expressed displeasure over this decision of the airlines. Akshat said that his client disagrees with the committee’s decision to ban him for four months. We will take action against it.

The inquiry committee mistakenly assumed that seat 9B was in business class, whereas there is no seat 9B in Kraft’s business class. The flight has only 9A and 9C seats. The committee simply assumed that my client might have urinated on the woman.

Actually, Air India had formed a committee to investigate the allegations against Shankar Mishra, which banned Shankar from flying in airlines for 4 months.

This picture is of Shankar Mishra, who is accused of urinating on a woman in flight.

This picture is of Shankar Mishra, who is accused of urinating on a woman in flight.

What happened in this case so far?

November 26: Accused urinated on elderly woman on Air India’s New York-Delhi flight. The airline did not take any action on this incident.

December 28: The airline lodged an FIR with the Delhi Police. This action was taken when the victim elderly woman complained to the chairman of the Tata Group. However, it was not revealed that the victim wrote the letter to the Chairman of the Tata Group.

December 28 to January 4: During this, the police kept searching for the accused, but did not get success.

January 4: This news went viral in media and social media.

January 5: Delhi Police reached the house of the accused in Kurla in Mumbai. Here the police could not find the accused and his family. Sangeeta, the maid working at home, was found. He told that 3 children live with a woman in this house. She does not know the name of the family members, but the last name is Mishra.

January 6: Accused Shankar Mishra used to work in Wells Fargo & Company. The company fired him. The company said- We work on the higher standard of professional behavior. Such an act of our employee is unpardonable. The Delhi Police had issued a Look Out Circular (LOC) against the accused and informed about his disappearance to the US-based legal department of Wells Fargo Company. The accused was arrested from Bangalore.

January 7: Accused Shankar Mishra was brought from Bangalore to Delhi. He was produced in the court, from where he was sent to judicial custody for 14 days.

Accused in Air India urine scandal sent to judicial custody: Sent to jail for 14 days; 5 crew members including pilot removed from duty

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