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Air India urine case:  Shankar Mishra’s lawyer says woman urinated on herself amid disease

The man accused of urinating on an elderly woman co-passenger on an Al aircraft said in court on Friday that the complainant urinated on herself and that he did not urinate on her.

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: The hearing of the urinating case that took place on an Air India flight in mid-air has gotten underway. As per the news reports, the man accused of urinating on an elderly woman co-passenger on an Air India aircraft said in court on Friday that the complainant urinated on herself and that he did not urinate on her.

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According to a news agency, Mishra’s lawyer told the Delhi Court that “he did not urinate on the complainant.”

The seat of the complaining woman was blocked. He (Mishra) was unable to move there. The woman has a problem with incontinence. She urinated on herself. She is a Kathak dancer, and according to the lawyer, 80% of Kathak dancers experience this problem, according to ANI.

The claim was made by Mishra’s lawyer for the first time since the incident occurred on an Air India trip from New York to New Delhi on November 26 of last year.

The session court judge said that going from one side of the flight to the other, is not impossible. I’m sorry; I’ve also travelled by plane. The judge instructed and requested a seating chart for the flight, saying that anyone from any row could move and take any seat.

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The Delhi Sessions Court issued a notice to Mishra regarding the Delhi Police’s request for permission to conduct his fresh custodial interrogation.

On Wednesday, Metropolitan Magistrate Komal Garg refused Mishra’s request for bail while describing his behaviour as “utterly unpleasant and repulsive.”

The court said the act has shocked people’s civic consciousness and needs to be condemned.

The sessions court permitted the Delhi Police to approach the magistrate on Friday with a fresh application detailing the grounds for police custody.

 

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