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‘3 run towards CM’; Indigo Preliminary Report‌; No mention against EP

Thiruvananthapuram
Indigo Airways Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a preliminary report on the try by Youth Congressmen to assault Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on a airplane. In keeping with the report, three individuals rushed to the Chief Minister’s aspect whereas the airplane was touchdown at Thiruvananthapuram. The preliminary report relies on data acquired from flight attendants. Indigo instructed the DGCA that an inner committee, together with a former choose, was investigating whether or not to impose a journey ban on these concerned within the clashes.

No point out towards EP
The report by the Indigo Airways Directorate General of Civil Aviation, which cites reference to LDF convener EP Jayarajan, is unfaithful. The title of the EP isn’t talked about wherever within the report. ‘The attackers violated the principles of the air, took off their seat belts and protested towards the Chief Minister.

They have been stopped by these touring with the Chief Minister on the time. In keeping with the report, Personnel Safety Officer Anil Kumar and PA Suneesh testified that they have been those who blocked it.

Defendants’ bail was rejected
The Judicial First Class Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom (Eleven) has rejected the bail pleas of Youth Congress leaders Farseen Majeed and Naveen Kumar who tried to assault Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on a airplane.

The police identified that this court docket has no jurisdiction to deal with circumstances associated to aviation legal guidelines. The bail software was rejected after the prosecution said that there have been at present 13 circumstances towards the primary accused within the case and that he was a member of the gang. The case was then referred to the Principal Periods Courtroom. The case shall be referred to a court docket decided by the district court docket. As much as 27 accused have been remanded.


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