Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Air India Urination accused moves Delhi High Court for constitution of committee to hear his plea

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The accused in the Air Indian urination case Shankar Mishra has approached the Delhi High Court seeking constitution of an appellate committee for hearing his appeal on calling him an unruly passenger along with banning him to fly for next 4 months.

The matter in the case was listed before Justice Prathiba M Singh today ,where the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)counsel apprised  that the appellate committee already exists. 

After the DGCA,apprised the court,Justice Singh asked the counsel to place the constitution of the committee before the court within a week. 

The case will be heard next on March 23. 

As per the report,on January 7,Mishra was arrested by the Delhi Police while he was in Bengaluru on on the allegation that he urinated on a 70-year-old woman while in an inebriated condition in November last year on board an Air India flight.

As an immediate consequence gevHe was subsequently removed from his job at Wells Fargo with the company saying that the allegations against him were “deeply disturbing”.

However, Mishra has maintained that the allegations against him are false and baseless. He was released on bail by Delhi’s Patiala House Court on January 31. 

In his plea, filed through advocates Akshat Bajpai, Ishanee Sharma, Shobhit Trehan and Renuka Parmananda, Mishra stated that the complainant woman had registered a complaint against him on Airsewa grievance portal on December 20, 2022. 

In pursuance of the complaint, Air India constituted an internal inquiry committee. On January 18, 2023, the committee issued an order designating him as an ‘unruly passenger’ and banning him from flying for four months.

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