Air India urination case: Delhi High Court asks DGCA to form panel in two weeks to hear accused plea against 'unruly passenger' tag

Shankar Mishra had approached the High Court stating that even though he wanted to file an appeal against the order, there was no appellate committee in place.
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The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to constitute an appellate committee within two weeks to hear Air India urination case accused Shankar Mishra's appeal against the order designating him as an ‘unruly passenger’ and banning him from flying for four months.

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