The identity of the accused in the Air India flight urinating incident has been revealed. The accused Shankar Mishra is still out of police custody but his company has fired him. Mumbai-based Shankar Mishra, who misbehaved with a female passenger on an Air India flight, has been fired by his company. The identity of the accused in the incident of urinating on a woman on an Air India flight was not disclosed, which also led to controversy. Finally, the person has been identified as Shankar Mishra from Mumbai. 34-year-old Shankar was working as a vice president in a company named Wells Fargo. After this incident, the company has issued a statement saying that this is extremely embarrassing.
A statement from Wells Fargo said that we hold high standards for the professional and personal conduct of employees. This kind of behavior by an employee is shameful. We discharge Shankar Mishra on the charges leveled against him. It may be mentioned that Shankar Mishra urinated on a woman on an Air India flight on November 26. A drunken Shankar misbehaved with an old lady.
A complaint was registered against him by the woman and since then the police is looking for the accused. While Shankar Mishra has gone missing after this incident and a lookout notice has been issued for him. An airport alert has been declared. Police have found his final location in Bengaluru. The woman has told her story about the incident. He said that Shankar Mishra apologized after the incident but she was so shocked by the incident that she could not understand anything. He did not want Shankar Mishra to be brought before him. However, crew members pressured him to pardon him.
It is to be noted that the woman has given her details in a letter written to Air India. He has also written a letter to the chairman of Tata Group regarding this incident. After approximately one month, action is being taken against the accused. Air India has banned the person from flying for 30 days.