Monday, March 13, 2006

Army probing airport fracas

Kolkatta: The army has begun a probe into allegations that a jawan and an officer assaulted Calcutta airport employees after a row over parking yesterday.“We have started an inquiry…. All facts will be taken into consideration in the course of investigation,” an army spokesperson said today.
“Our officers will also speak to (the) airport authorities,” he added.The duo from the Barrackpore cantonment allegedly barged into the office of the domestic airport manager and beat up two employees because a car was ordered out of a no-parking zone.
A complaint against the personnel was filed at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport police station.
Trouble erupted after the duo parked a private hired car in front of the domestic terminal. According to the police complaint, an airport security employee asked the driver to move the car around 8.30 am but the jawan, Ram Vir, refused.
12/03/06 Telegraph
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