The media frenzy in Kangana Ranaut’s flight from Chandigarh to Mumbai on Wednesday, which completely defied the social distancing protocol, is under investigation after chaotic videos were shared on social media.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has sought a report from IndiGo on alleged violation of security and social disturbance protocols by media personnel on Flight 6E-264. Sources say the aviation regulator decided to watch the video. It has responded.
In the video surfaced online, reporters are seen talking to their mothers or taking mobile phone videos, reporting their channels from the plane amidst a wild chase by Kangana Ranaut, who was returning to Mumbai that day by the ruling Shiv Sena of Maharashtra. Large line with.
Although the camera crew encounters Shields, the objective loses as the masks are closed and everyone is joking for a better view of Kangana Ranaut.
The civic agency of Mumbai intensified the chaos of the media, as she illegally made changes to her office while she was still on her way. Explaining the play, the media followed his Mumbai visit.
India’s largest private airline IndiGo said its own crew followed all protocols in that flight. “We would like to reiterate that our cabin crew, as well as the captain, followed all the expected protocols including announcements prohibiting photography, adhering to social disturbances and maintaining overall safety. Indigo also recorded this matter in its post Followed by expected protocol. Flight Report. We are committed to providing our passengers with a safe, hassle-free experience.
In January, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Puri tweeted that “aggressive behavior designed to incite and disturb disturbances inside an aircraft is completely unacceptable and endangers the safety of air travelers”.
He had tweeted action against stand-up comic Kunal Kamra, who allegedly instigated a TV anchor on an Indigo flight.
Mr Kamra was banned from flying with the airline for six months by Indigo.