Air India’s employee allegedly slapped by woman passenger, at New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport.
Guwahati/28th November’2017 (Prag News Desk): A woman passenger boarding the Ahmedabad-bound flight from the IGI airport, was refused by an Air India ground staff, as she failed to appear in the estimated boarding time. Consequently, the passenger allegedly slapped a female employee of Air India after the argument over a ticket.
The activy took place after the woman had an argument with the employee. That altercation has now been resolved with the help of security and police. The investigation is on the process now.
Earlier in May, after the incident Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted an Air India crew member in March, certain draft rules for a no-fly list have been issued by the Centre. According to the rules, an accused passenger can face a flying ban ranging from a period of three months to a lifetime. The duration of the ban will depend on the severity of misbehviour, which has been divided into three categories – verbal assault, physical fight or sexual assault and life-threatening behaviour.