The Air India flyer, who allegedly urinated on a co-passenger while drunk on a flight from New York to Delhi, has reportedly been arrested in Bengaluru. Hours earlier than the arrest, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri had tweeted approximately the incident on Friday. He reacted to a tweet by a journalist, who wondered what the media’s reaction might have been had the aforementioned Air India passenger been Muslim, ‘his name was a Khan’, instead of ‘a Mishra’.
Reacting to the commentary, Vivek, who directed one of the highest-grossing movies of the last year, The Kashmir Files, tweeted, “The law is equal for everyone. Be it Arfa or Rajdeep. The media (vulture media, according to you) discriminates. I am sure if it was Khan, you will have called him a victim by now. Please think and reflect.” The authentic tweet study, “So drunk businessman located urinating on co-passenger in flight is one Shekhar Mishra: what if his name was a Khan? Guess who could be doing cartwheels of shock on high time and social media? A Mishra or a Khan, regulation need to be identical for all as ought to reaction. Agree?”
The law is same for everyone. Be it Arfa or Rajdeep. It’s the media (vulture media, according to you) which discriminates. I am sure if it was a Khan, you would have called him a victim by now. Pl think and reflect. https://t.co/slo2YXIms6
— Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) January 6, 2023
Mumbai-based totally Sanjay Mishra has been accused of urinating on an elderly passenger on the November 26 New York-Delhi flight. Apart from expressing anger towards the person, the aged girl reportedly accused the Air India staff of being ‘deeply unprofessional’ in her criticism. As per the news agency, Bengaluru police assisted Delhi police in arresting the accused, Shankar Mishra, from the Sanjay Nagar location in the metropolis, where he was staying at his sister’s location. The arrest comes a day after he was sacked by his California-headquartered employer Wells Fargo.
The Air India case has brought about outrage on social media. A similar incident became suggested on every other current flight of Air India. On Friday, the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) issued an observation to the Delhi Police over alleged harassment and misconduct with the aid of passengers. According to reviews, the panel has additionally sought a document on the motion taken against the airline for negligence inside the remember by using January 10.