Is Spicejet incorrigible?

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    No matter what is your religion, is it permissible to take pohtos at the airport?

    Why are people so afraid of people being Muslims?

    If it is against minorities, why is the same discrimination shown towards the Christian, who are a smaller minority?
     
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  3. Mad Indian

    Mad Indian Proud Bigot Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Spice jet is owned by Sun network aka, the DMK goons. Anything against them is honey in my ears :D
     
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    clicking pic at airport is illiegal.

    infact taking pic from airport to aircraft is also illegal in India...
     
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    Taking a pic in the airport and possibly the aircraft (not sure about the aircraft bit though) have been made illegal post the escalating security threat at the airports in India.
     
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    i remember 2 britishers being arrested in delhi at indira gandhi airport for taking pics, this was big news at that time

    i think its still illegal but i'm not sure about that.
     
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    There is more than what meets the eye.

    The Indian Herald: Online English Newspaper: Spicejet accused of discriminating with Muslim ex-army official after disembarking him, victim gives legal notice to low-cost private airlines


     
  8. sob

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    Ray Sir, you may be personally knowing the father of the young man, LT.Gen. Z U Shah.
     
  9. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I know him too.

    He seems to me as a good chap.
     
  10. sob

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    I saw hi interview on the TV yesterday, I fine young man, and I have full doubts on the airline trying to pull a fast one.
     
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    Indian airline operators are cruel and unprofessional.

    I specially used to hate the Kingfisher bimbos flashing those fake smiles at you. They didn't even let you get suspicious, not that I don't have an inflated opinion of my charm.

    There was another tale of a gentleman being forced on a wheelchair just because he was disabled, not realizing that not all disabilities warrant a wheelchair.
     
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  12. pramanick

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    It's not. The captioned blog mentions the same very clearly giving links to two DGCA documents proving the same. Before talking about legality we should take the pain of knowing the law. This ignorance (by general public and even the airline staff) is the basic reason why such incidents happen. Check http://dgca.nic.in/airrule/so1353.pdf .
     
    Ray and sob like this.
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    sob Moderator Moderator

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    Nice info that you have given.

    Could you also please introduce yourself in the appropriate thread, so that all the members of DFI know you.
     
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    KS Bye bye DFI Veteran Member

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    Partially correct and partially wrong.

    Clicking pics in airports is illegal if the aforementioned airport is also used for defence purpose along with civilian purpose.

    AFAIK the C-130s of IAF have bbeen known to use Delhi airport.
     
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    The C 130J are using Hindon Airport which is in adjoining Sahibabad/Ghaziabad.

    However from the new road for T 3 terminal, you can very clearly see 4 IL 76s parked there. they have been there for a long time and right across the road we have 5 star hotels coming up with a clear view into the restricted area.
     

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