New Delhi: One down, one to go.
Trinamool Congress MP Dola Sen on Friday reportedly created a ruckus on board an Air India flight from Delhi to Kolkata, delaying it by thirty minutes.
Sen, according to a news agency, refused to adhere to security protocol, despite being asked to by the airline staff.
Air India staff requested Dola Sen to shift her senior citizen mother from the seat near the emergency exit, but the MP refused to do so and created a ruckus, a news agency reported quoting sources.
This comes barely an hour after Air India lifted a no-fly ban on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad who physically assaulted a senior staffer of the airline.
In a statement issued today, Air India said it will ensure its employees are not assaulted, misbehaved with and that they will take action to preserve the dignity of their employees.