Pee-gate controversy: The recent incidents of misconducts in the flights have undoubtedly let India down. At times, when India is emerging as the most important player and to which every country of the globe wants to be acquainted with, news like these are defamatory. But, is this even justified to educt that these incidents resemble Indian culture? Well! Many of the left-liberal journalist have been spotted creating such nuisance narrative.
Continuous embarrassment in Flights
On Saturday, the accused of the ‘Pee-gate’ incident from the New York-Delhi flight last November was arrested from Bangaluru. The incident took place on November 23 when, an intoxicated passenger urinated on a woman in the flight from New York to Delhi. While Tata Sons chairman noted that the response was swift, action was also taken against the staff for mishandling the Pee-gate issue and providing improper treatment to the victim.
In recent days, more cases have come to the light that show immoral attitude of the travelers. Some of the recent cases include the Indigo incident of passenger arguing with flight attendant and calling her a ‘servant’.
In another incident, 2 men were arrested from IndiGo Delhi-Bihar flight for allegedly consuming alcohol onboard. In more recent news, a person, under the influence of alcohol, urinated on a female co-passenger’s blanket. Indeed, these incidents raise a concern for everyone who is related to aviation industry at any level.
Pee-gate issue: Left-liberals get activated
But it should be noted here that, justice is served by picking the issue and solving it. While the left-liberal media is politicising the Pee-gate issue for cashing it against the government. They are also busy giving it a communal colour to appease the minorities and fulfil their anti-Hindu agenda.
In line of that is Sagarika Ghosh, a journalist spreading poison by exaggerating the case details. She is using all the arrows in her quiver which mainly comprises feminism and communalism. According to her, peeing incident was reflection of patriarchy in Indian society and the country needs an IndiaMeToo movement.
Glad @UpasanaSharma95 has made this public. We need a @IndiaMeToo movement for all women passengers groped & assaulted by male passengers on airlines. (as a sufferer myself will note names next time). Lets hope airlines wake up. @airindiain #AirIndiaincident https://t.co/SxD5JKNl7M
— Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) January 9, 2023
Her journalist husband Rajdeep Sardesai also followed her in communalising the incident. According to him, If it was ‘Khan’ instead of ‘Mishra’ then who “would be doing cartwheels of outrage on prime time and social media.”
So drunk biz man found urinating on Co passenger in flight is one Shekhar Mishra: what if his name was a Khan? Guess who would be doing cartwheels of outrage on prime time and social media? A Mishra or a Khan, law must be same for all as should response. Agree?. #AirIndiaHorror
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) January 5, 2023
Similarly. Shekhar Gupta, the founder of The Print, tweeted his article declaring Indian passengers as the worst passengers in the world.
How the Air India incident shows Indians are the world's worst passengers and is it time to fine and arrest those who mistreat other travellers or crew…
Watch ThePrint #ToThePoint with @VirSanghvi:https://t.co/jR8rJt8SRm
— Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) January 6, 2023
Showing mirror to the anti-Indian, Islamist sympathiser
The left-liberal journalist should understand that urinating on a co-passenger is very clumsy act and it has nothing to do with the person being man or women. The victim, irrespective of his/her gender feels the same insult and defamation and the accused should be punished in the same and equal way as per the law.
Or maybe Sagarika should learn this from her husband who clearly opines that whether it is ‘Khan’ or ‘Mishra’ the law should be same for everyone. However, she will not do it because that will expose her and her husband’s hypocrisy. And Rajdeep on the other hand should avoid communalising every act because maybe his intention of getting attention works but, he always fails the nation in doing so.
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As far as journalists like Shekhar Kapoor are concerned, it is their responsibility to propagate reformatory ideas through their publication. And being a journalist, how is this rational to portray a country’s character by few incidents. Shekhar Kapoor must go through the Indian passengers’ data which has touched 4 lakh passengers per day mark after the pandemic.
Apart from that, if the nation’s image is built on few incidents like Pee-gate, then there is another flight incidents in which 2 foreigners boarding from Goa harassed a flight attendant by asking her to sit with them. This time the victim being from India. So, Shekhar Kapoor should throw away his biased and anti-India spectacles through which he watches the news developments.
At last, being a responsible citizen, one should focus on the problems and its solution. The real solution is to educate the people as described in our previous article. It is time for the people to recognise the left-liberal hypocrisy.
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