Air India Case: Elderly woman urinated herself, I did not, the court was shocked by the statement of accused Shankar Mishra
Air India urination case Shankar Mishra, accused in the case of alleged urination on an elderly woman co-passenger in Air India's New York-New Delhi flight, told the court that no, I have not urinated. The victim woman herself has urinated. The court was surprised to hear this argument.
Shankar Mishra, accused in the case of allegedly urinating on an elderly lady co-passenger in the business class of Air India's New York-New Delhi flight, took a sudden U-turn. He said in the court that he did not commit this objectionable act. The elderly female co-traveller had urinated on herself. This statement of accused Shankar Mishra surprised the court. A hearing was held in the Patiala House Court on the reconsideration of the Delhi Police to take the accused into police custody. But the court rejected the demands of the police and refused to give police custody to the accused Shankar Mishra. Earlier on January 7, the magisterial court refused to send him to police custody.
The counsel for the accused Shankar Mishra told the court that the seat of the complainant woman was completely blocked and it was difficult to go to the washroom. The woman had the problem of incontinence.
The lawyer said that the woman herself had urinated on herself. She is a Kathak dancer and 80 percent of women have this type of problem. On this, the Sessions Court Judge said, it is not impossible to go from one side of the flight to the other. I have also travelled in flight. Anyone can go from any seat to any seat.
Shankar Mishra, accused in the case of urinating on a female co-passenger in an Air India flight, told Delhi's Patiala House Court on Wednesday, "I could not control myself in a drunken state, but unzipping my pants was not for sexual desire."