‘Air India response could’ve…’: Tata boss reacts to Pee-gate after 44 days

Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran has responded to the the Air India Pee-Gate scandal. The chairman of the Tata Group, which owns Air India, called it a “matter of personal anguish” in a statement. He also said that “Air India fell short of addressing this situation the way it should have been.” On November 26 of last year, accused Shankar Mishra urinated on his female co-passenger while in a drunken state. Delhi Police arrested him on Friday, and he has now been sent to 14 days of judicial custody.


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