Saturday, November 02, 2019

Two women slap air intelligence officer in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad: When asked to show the bills of gold jewellery they were wearing, two women returning from a Dubai visit with their husbands, slapped Air Intelligence Unit's assistant commissioner, Miguel Miranda at SVPI airport on Friday early morning.
The incident shocked the staff at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International (SVPI) Airport.
The husbands of the two women, who came running and created a ruckus were arrested. Police said the women have been asked to produce the bills of the jewellery, and even if not arrested, they will definitely be prosecuted for slapping the AIU official who was on duty. The accused were passengers in SpiceJet flight SG-16 from Dubai.
When the flight had arrived, Jyotimon Dechin, superintendent of air intelligence unit (customs) was supervising the green channel through which passengers who have nothing to declare enter and exit.
Inspector K C Rathwa of airport police station said that seeing a woman decked from head to foot in gold jewellery, Dechin stopped her and asked for the bills of the jewellery she was carrying on her person.
"The woman, Nafisa Altaf Chauhan of Juhapura, said she wasn't carrying the bills for the jewellery. She was taken to assistant commissioner Miguel Miranda at the red channel of customs, which is used by passengers who have to declare duty payable goods,' Rathwa added.
According to the FIR, the other woman, Heena Kausar Pathan, while depositing her jewellery started shouting. Superintendent Dechin asked her keep quiet. However, to calm down things Miranda asked Dechin to go to the green channel.
It is mentioned in the FIR that both the women also followed him and the one wearing a burqa started abusing and slapped Miranda on his face. The other woman also started abusing him.
Meanwhile, the husbands of the women, Altaf Chauhan of Juhapura and Firoze Yousuf Pathan of Jamalpur also rushed in and threatened the officials of dire consequences when they step out of the airport.
"We then asked them to deposit their passports at the counter," said a source from the air intelligence unit (AIU).
Inspector K C Rathwa said based on the FIR lodged by the officials they have arrested both the youths accompanying the women.
02/11/19 Times of India
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