Saugat Bhattacharya, the eyewitness of the Air India urine case, made many revelations about the accused Shankar Mishra
Air India Urination Case Update Air India urine case is in the headlines. Eyewitness of this case and co-passenger of accused Shankar Mishra, Dr. Sougat Bhattacharya in America narrated parts of this story. Know what he has said after all…
Shankar Mishra, accused of urinating on an elderly female co-passenger in an Air India flight from New York-Delhi, has been sent to 14-day judicial custody by the Patiala House Court. Saugat Bhattacharya has been an eyewitness to this case. Saugata Bhattacharya told many important things about the Air India Urination Case. Hearing this you will be forced to think about who is the culprit. Disclosing this incident, Saugat Bhattacharya said that the accident happened after lunch. He (the accused) had consumed alcohol 4 times and then was asking me the same question many times. I finished lunch and asked the flight attendant to keep an eye on him. Saugata Bhattacharya is a doctor in America. He was the co-passenger of the accused and the incident took place in front of his eyes.
Saugat Bhattacharya further told that the woman (victim) was quite civilized. Two junior air hostesses cleaned them. I went to the senior stewardess and asked her to give me another seat, she said she can't do that as she has to take permission from the captain.
Saugat Bhattacharya, co-passenger of accused Shankar Mishra told that the only option for him was to go to first class as business class was full, they (the flight crew) cleaned his seat and put blankets on the seat which smelled of urine. They could have offered Shankar Mishra's seat but did nothing to pacify the distressed passenger.
Dr. Saugata Bhattacharya's seat in America was 8A. And accused Shankar Mishra was on the adjacent seat 8C. He said that from his demeanour it appeared that he was intoxicated. He asked me the same question thrice, what do your kids do? Seeing this situation, I told the male attendant that, the accused had become intoxicated, so he should not be served liquor now.
Saugat Bhattacharya confessed that he was asleep when the incident of urination on the woman took place. But he is an eyewitness to the events that followed. They said that a drunk man is a drunk man. If such a person commits a crime, then there is no use in making him talk to the victim.
Saugat Bhattacharya said that the accused had fallen asleep after the incident. When he got up, he started talking very softly. He told me that, bro I think I am in trouble. I replied 'yes'.