Air India urinating incident: The Internet controversy over the urinating incident on Air India’s New York-New Delhi flight is far from over. Now Anupam Mittal, the founder of Saree.com and famous businessman of Shark Tank India has also joined it.
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Shark Tank India Headliner from shaadi.com Its founder Anupam Mittal Air India has taken a dig at the urine scandal. People on social media are constantly commenting on the urinating incident that took place on Air India’s New York-New Delhi flight on November 26, 2022. Anupam Mittal’s tweet has also sparked controversy.
Anupam Mittal tweeted, ‘Flying with Air India will soon become a staple.’ Although written in English by Anupam Mittal ‘arguing point’ mentioned the word, which literally means ‘controversial issue’ it happens But people understand their comments in English.
flying over #AirIndia Fast becoming a key point
— Anupam Mittal (@AnupamMittal) January 9, 2023
Anupam raised this question in Air India
Along with this tweet, Anupam Mittal also raised questions about Air India. Anupam Mittal asked people if the airline could have handled the matter better. Many have given their reaction on this and while giving a clean chit to Air India, most people have brought the accused Shankar Mishra to justice.
One user wrote, “What’s wrong with Air India?” Why are you insulting him? If an educated person does such a thing then what is wrong with anyone. What would you name if someone wronged someone through Shaadi.com tomorrow?
i am #AirIndia What’s wrong sir?? Why are you insulting it? A well-educated person agar emni harkat karte hai to usme kisi aur ka kya dosh. Kal agar koi #wedding.com to use Kisi K Saath Kuch Galat Ka Kis Point Ka Naam Dene Up? It is not expected of you.
— Anukul Suresh Moon (@Anukul Suresh) January 10, 2023
At the same time, another user wrote that similar incidents happen on foreign flights as well. But there is no discussion about the Air India incident. Why should the entire airline be held responsible for the bad behavior of one passenger?
This happens in foreign airlines too. But the point is that in AI this phenomenon does not spread the way it did. Why hold an entire airline responsible for the erratic behavior of one passenger? Just punish that passenger as per law and move on.
— Jeetu Bhagtani (@bhagtani_jeetu) January 10, 2023
So you mean https://t.co/s1lOJU29Au does a good job, I’m sure it does but how do you prove yourself. Let others do it. I think the AI got it wrong. They should have done what the law says.
— Hiren Bafna (@hirenb9) January 10, 2023