Today I’m getting to highlight a serious rule fiasco occurred within the aviation history of India. it’s about the Arnab Goswami and Kunal Kamra incident. A prompt and unplanned punishment imposed on Kunal Kamra. Though it had been a choice worth taking but under the bounds of the principles set by the aviation industry for such behaviors. Punishing an individual for his/her mistake is important but the extent of punishment and therefore the accordance of the rule should even be considered to form the punishment just.
In this incident, Kuna Kamra’s behavior wasn’t justifying and civilized, but his punishment was also not just he should are punished consistent with the extent of behavior shown by him in those circumstances. Let’s see what are the aviation rules regarding such behaviors and therefore the punishments consistent with those behaviors.
1. Level One:
Unruly behavior like physical gestures, verbal harassment, and inebriation, etc.
Punishment for such quite behavior is 3 months ban.
2. Level Two:
Physical abusive behavior like pushing, kicking, hitting, grabbing, or inappropriate touching or harassment.
Punishment for such quite behavior is 6 months ban.
3. Level Three:
Life-threatening behavior or actual breach of the flight crew compartment etc.
Punishment for such quite behavior is 2 years of ban.
In the case of Kunal Kamra and Arnab Goswami, these rules were neglected to allow us to know-how:
The flight captain and therefore the crew didn’t report any such quite the incident to the said aviation company.
The incident should are dealt with by the aviation company alone as Kunal was traveling in there aircraft and just in case of such incidents, it’s the only responsibility of the aviation industry to seem into the matter and act consistently with it. There was no ground for Aviation ministry to interfere during this incident, the interference is often justifying on the bottom of injustice done by the aviation company to the said accused with regard to punishment as per the principles.
In order to unravel this matter, the consent of the flight crew and therefore the written statement of the flight captain and the victim was necessary, though none of them objected regarding the incident the victim didn’t show any quite reaction or objection towards the accused and therefore the flight captain didn’t inform the aviation industry regarding such incident.
In case such a complaint was filed the aviation company has got to form an indoor committee to seem into the matter and the accused should get the prospect to elucidate his behavior regarding an equivalent. None of those actions was taken and therefore the judgment was passed on a momentary basis without analyzing the consequence it’d create.
If the scenario is often observed on the neutral ground then it is often seen that this judgment wasn’t justifying in either case neither accused was treated justly consistent with the principles nor victim’s point of view and statement was taken regarding it.
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