Air India to soon force fine of up to Rs 15 lakh on wild travelers?
The state-claimed carrier Air India is apparently considering on forcing a fine of up to Rs 15 lakh on travelers who postpone flights. This comes not as much as a month after Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad ambushed an Air India worker at the Indra Gandhi Airport. The base fine anticipated that would be forced would be Rs 5 lakh if the flight is deferred up to 60 minutes, Rs 10 lakh for one-two hours and Rs 15 lakh for over two hours, as indicated by news organization PTI.
On March 23, Gaikwad, supposedly enraged over being alloted an economy situate, slapped an Air India staff part utilizing his chappals. Air India and six private carriers restricted Gaikwad from utilizing their flight administrations. The Sena MP was compelled to go via prepare from Delhi to Pune. His rehashed endeavors to book tickets under various names were additionally hindered by the carriers. The issue discovered reverberate in the Parliament as the Sena MPs raised a furore after Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju declined to lift the flight boycott against Gaikwad. They purportedly gheraoed him inside Lok Sabha, driving Union Minister Rajnath Singh to venture in and cool tempers. The Sena MPs were additionally supposedly heard undermining to wreck flight operations at the Mumbai air terminal. Gaikwad, nonetheless, apologized to the House if his activities had brought on any harmed yet declined to extend the same to the Air India representative. After a meeting with Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Gajapathi Raju wrote to Air India requesting that they lift the travel confinements forced on him.
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