Tribune News Service
Shimla/New Delhi, Sept 12
BJP leaders as we speak filed a grievance towards Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut for allegedly utilizing obscene and derogatory phrases towards actress Kangana Ranaut.
DGCA Threatens route suspension for violation
- The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has stated a scheduled flight can be suspended for 2 weeks if anybody is discovered taking images on the plane.
- The announcement comes a day after the Director General of Civil Aviation wrote to IndiGo CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, itemizing out the violations that allegedly passed off on a Chandigarh-Mumbai flight through which actor Kangana Ranaut was travelling
In West Bengal, Congress rallies for Rhea
- Kolkata: Congress activists took out rallies within the metropolis on Saturday in protest towards the “victimisation” of actor Rhea Chakraborty, days after its Bengal unit chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury decribed her arrest as “ludicrous”.
- Over 300 celebration activists marched from PCC headquarters to Wellington crossing, opposing the “vilification campaign” towards Rhea within the identify of investigation, and held placards that learn “we will not stop till she gets justice”. PTI
Seeking registration of an FIR beneath Sections 294 and 509 of the IPC, BJP state secretary Payal Vadiya and state IT cell head Chetan Bragata stated: “On September 5, “Raut used unconstitutional and abusive language on a news channel and in a fit of rage not only abused and insulted Kangana, but also showed scant regard for the law of the country.”
Meanwhile, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) as we speak stated a scheduled flight can be suspended for 2 weeks if anybody was discovered taking images on the plane.
On Friday, the DGCA had written to IndiGo CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, itemizing out the violations that allegedly passed off on a Chandigarh-Mumbai flight through which actor Kangana Ranaut was travelling.
“It has been decided that in case any violation (photography) occurs on any scheduled passenger aircraft, the schedule of flight for that particular route shall be suspended for two weeks from the next day,” the DGCA stated in its order.
Aviation specialists have reacted sharply to the DGCA order, saying the regulator ought to guarantee acceptable motion towards the airline in addition to the unruly passengers because it did in a current case involving comic Kunal Kamra.
Captain Mohan Rangnathan, an air security skilled, stated the regulator ought to have ensured motion towards the airways in addition to the journalists concerned. “It is a safety violation. Television journalists were moving inside the aircraft when the seat belt signs were on. You don’t need the airline to inquire the incident. Evidence is there in front of you. The DGCA should have taken action as it did in the case of Kunal Kamra.”