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IndiGo witnesses massive flight delays countrywide, DGCA seeks explanation

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One of the leading airlines in India Indigo on Sunday disappointed its flyers across the country when it witnessed massive delays in flights at several airports. Reports revealed that the flights have been delayed due to the shortage of staff and crew members.

The news came into the limelight when people started sharing the news on social media platforms. Seeing the mismanagement from the top airlines, The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) slammed the airline, took strong cognizance against IndiGo, and asked them the clarification behind the massive flight delays countrywide.

Reports said that the crew members and other staff were not happy with a pay cut by the company since the Covid-19 pandemic, which force them to quit their job or switch them to a different airline.

An official from the company revealed that a lot of staff took the sick leave on Saturday and went for an interview for Air India, which conducted a recruitment drive on the same day. In order to join the different airlines, the company’s cabin crew members attended the phase 2 recruitment drive of Air India, an industry official added.

Indigo has not issued an official statement for the same as of now. However, the firm has replied to the passenger’s complaint on Twitter.

Take a look at the replies by Indigo to its passenger’s complaint on delaying the flights on Saturday

According to the reports and several media reports, it has suggested that the budget carrier operates more than 1600 flights including domestic and international daily, out of which more than half of the flights got delayed on Saturday and affected the flyers massively.

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Rahul Gandhi’s helicopter searched by election officials in Tamil Nadu, ahead of Wayanad visit

Election officials in Tamil Nadu’s Nilgiris checked a helicopter carrying Rahul Gandhi while he was travelling to Wayanad.

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Election officials in Tamil Nadu’s Nilgiris on Monday inspected a chopper carrying Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, according to reports. The chopper landed in the Nilgiris, and the search was carried out by the flying squad officials, according to police.

The incident happened as Rahul Gandhi was traveling to Wayanad, his Lok Sabha constituency in Kerala, where he was scheduled to participate in a number of campaign events, such as a roadshow and a public meeting.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi was elected from Wayanad.He is now contesting for reelection to the seat.

Meanwhile, in view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi stepped up his campaign in Kerala by planning a significant roadshow at Sulthan Bathery. After touching base with students at a nearby college in the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu, which borders Kerala, Rahul Gandhi drove to Sulthan Bathery.

Gandhi walked through Sulthan Bathery on top of an open car with hundreds of delighted people holding signs with his picture on them. Rahul Gandhi is also scheduled to attend a farmers’ rally in Pulpally later in the day. He will also be meeting party workers at road shows in Mananthavady, Vellamunda, and Padinjarathara.

It’s interesting to note that the Communist Party of India (CPI), an ally of the Opposition INDIA alliance, would be Rahul Gandhi’s opponent. His rival in the BJP’s Kerala unit president K Surendran.

Kerala, which has 20 Lok Sabha seats, will hold a single phase of voting on April 26. On the other hand, on April 19, 39 Tamil Nadu constituencies will hold Lok Sabha elections.

The results of the voting will be announced on June 4, 2024.

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Excise policy case: Delhi court extends BRS leader K Kavitha’s judicial custody till April 23

Rouse Avenue court sends BRS leader K Kavitha to judicial custody till April 23 in excise policy case

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In relation to the excise policy case, Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court on Monday sent BRS leader K Kavitha in judicial custody till April 23. After her three days in police custody was completed, Kavitha, the daughter of former Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, was brought before the court by the CBI.

According to the reports, the CBI informed the court at the hearing that the BRS leader did not need to be subjected to any further custodial questioning.

On March 15, Kavitha was taken into custody by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). She was sent to the CBI custody till March 23 after her arrest. On April 11, the CBI took her into custody and placed her in Tihar jail. The BRS leader had requested temporary relief because her son had an exam, and a Delhi court had previously set its judgment for April 9.

Kavitha was called in for questioning several times prior to her arrest, but she skipped at least two of those summonses. Kavitha was questioned three times in the previous year, and her statements were recorded by the central agency in accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was allegedly paid Rs 100 crore in kickbacks to influence the excise policy in favour of a liquor lobby, according to documents linked to a land deal and WhatsApp conversations that were found on a co-accused Buchi Babu’s phone during Kavitha’s recent three days in CBI custody.

Following AAP leaders Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh, the BRS leader was the third popular politician to be taken into custody in connection with the investigation. Kejriwal was the first chief minister in office to be arrested in this matter on March 21.

The Enforcement Directorate claims that Kavitha belonged to the South Group, which gave AAP leaders bribes totaling Rs 100 crore in exchange for nine retail zones under the since-canceled program. The names of other members of the group had also been made public by the investigation agency: Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy, MP for the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSCRCP); his son Raghav Magunta; Sarath Reddy, founder of the Aurobindo Group; and Sameer Mahendru, a businessman from Delhi.

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Lawrence Bishnoi’s brother claims credit for firing incident outside Salman Khan’s house

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Anmol Bishnoi, the brother of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, is said to have accepted responsibility for shooting outside Salman Khan’s house on Sunday. Anmol, who is apparently hiding in the US and is wanted in India, allegedly posted on social media, calling the actor’s firing only a trailer and delivering a warning.

In his alleged facebook post, Anmol said, peace is what they seek. If the only decision against oppression is war, then so be it. He further said giving warning to Salman Khan that they have only shown you a trailer so that the actor can understand the magnitude of their strength and do not test it.

He continued saying, this is the first and last warning. After this, shots will not be fired outside the house only. He said that he h as kept two dogs whom he had named after named after Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel. He claimed that Salman Khan considers them as his Gods. Concluding the post Anmol said, he dosen’t have the habit of talking much.

This incident occurred when two unidentified guys riding bikes fired four rounds of gunshots outside Salman Khan’s Bandra residence in Mumbai early on Sunday morning. The incident occurred at roughly 4.51 am outside of Galaxy Apartments. However, no one was injured in the incident.

However, Salman Khan’s father, Salim Khan responded to the incident and said, that everything is gin and no one is injured.

As per the early investigation the bullets were fount in the balcony of Salman Khan’s house.

Meanwhile, the actor’s security has been stepped up and the police are closely monitoring the situation. The crime branch, local police and forensic teams visited the spot for further probe and recovered shells of bullets fired outside Khan’s house.

In addition, Salman Khan has been granted permission to carry a personal firearm for protection.

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