Aviation

Air India denies boarding passes to Naga students

DIMAPUR

In a shocking incidence of utter callousness by Air India, around 15 Naga students who had to fly to Delhi, Chennai and other cities, either for admissions or sitting for selection interviews on June 25, were today unceremoniously offloaded and discriminated by Air India authorities despite possessing confirmed seat.

The students all aged between 19 to 26 years including both boys and girls, said when they were about to obtain boarding passes at the counter, they were shocked to be told that their seats “ were no more”.

All the students reported that they had received SMS flight time delay alert, which meant confirmation of their seats upto the time the plane flew in from Dibrugarh.

Reliable sources informed Nagaland Post that no plausible explanation was given to the victimized students nor any concrete decision about their next flight since there is no flight to Dimapur on June 25.

Full report here Nagaland Post

 

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