Air India urination case: Victim-woman moves Supreme Court seeking rules to deal with passenger misconduct

The petitioner also requested the Court to direct media to defer reportage on the incident since it prejudices both the victim and the accused.
Air India
Air India

The 72-year-old victim in the Air India urination case has filed a public interest litigation (PIL) petition before the Supreme Court seeking directions to Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and Airline companies to frame regulations to deal with incidents of passenger misconduct on board aircrafts.

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