Day after Kangana Ranaut hounded onboard IndiGo flight, DGCA threatens airlines

Day after Kangana Ranaut hounded onboard IndiGo flight, DGCA threatens airlines

During the course of the flight, some mediapersons kept leaving their seats to get close to where Kangana was seated and speak to her.

The airline said that it has given its statement to the aviation regulator on the matter pertaining to flight 6E 264 from Chandigarh to Mumbai on September 9.

"In spite of these regulations, it has been noted that at times, the airlines have failed to follow these stipulations primarily because of lack of diligence on their part", the DGCA said, adding that such deviations compromise in maintaining the highest standards of safety and therefore, is not to be allowed. "It has been decided that from now on, in case any such violation occurs, the schedule of flight for that particular route shall be suspended for a period of two weeks from the next day".

DGCA Director-General Arun Kumar said: "We have asked the airline to submit the report about the situation during the flight and the safety and social distancing norms violated by a few passengers".

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IndiGo said it also followed the requisite protocol of documenting this matter in its post-flight report. "The actress, who arrived in the city on Wednesday, was in the middle of a tussle with the state government and the city's civic body who turned up at the actress" Pali Hill office and pulled it down to ruins.

It seems like the clash between actress Kangana Ranaut and the Maharashtra government is not going to end anytime soon as the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government has asked the Mumbai police to probe her alleged drug links.

Actor Kangana Ranaut, on Friday, wrote to INC President Sonia Gandhi on Twitter, to take a stand in her support against the demolition of her office by the BMC. Following this, there's a war going on between Kangana and the Maharashtra state government. The Manikarnika actress has been ruling the headlines now for her ongoing war with the Maharashtra Government.

"But when the nationalist (Narendra) Modi government's home ministry provides security cover to such people, then our 106 martyrs (who had died in the movement of Samyukta Maharashtra with Mumbai) must be shedding tears in heaven", the editorial stated.

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