Air India urine scandal: Accused Shankar Mishra got bail, was arrested on January 6
In addition, a fine of Rs 3 lakh has been imposed on the Director-in-Flight Services of Air India. Air India had said that it has imposed a 4-month air travel ban on Shankar Mishra, who was accused of urinating on an elderly woman during a flight in November last year.
Air India urine scandal accused Shankar Mishra has been granted bail by the Patiala House Court. He was arrested by the Delhi Police on 6 January. On November 26 last year, a woman was arrested for allegedly urinating on an Air India flight from New York to New Delhi. The accused, a resident of Mumbai, was continuously absconding, after which a lookout notice was issued against him. Later, the police arrested the accused on the basis of his mobile location.
At the same time, earlier in this case, the DGCA had imposed a heavy fine on the airline. DCCA has imposed a fine of Rs 30 lakh on Air India for violation of rules. Also, the license of the pilot-in-command of the flight has been suspended for three months for failing to discharge his duties. In addition, a fine of Rs 3 lakh has been imposed on the Director-in-Flight Services of Air India. Air India had said that it has imposed a 4-month air travel ban on Shankar Mishra, who was accused of urinating on an elderly woman during a flight in November last year.
Along with this, the company is continuously in action after the matter came to light. Air India has now taken a big step after the 'pee scandal'. Air India will now monitor all activities through software. In this, if any kind of incident happens in flight, then the crew and pilots will upload everything through the software, so that all the big and small officials of Air India are aware of it. Air India will give iPad to its crew and pilots in a few days. From May 1, all the things will be uploaded in it. Earlier, all the incidents used to be written in the paper, in such a situation it used to take time to take action and not everyone could get the information.