Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Court reserves order in Air India ‘urination’ case

A Delhi  court on Wednesday reserved order in the Air India ‘urination’ case after both the sides put forth their arguments before Justice MM Komal Garg during the bail hearing of accused Shankar Mishra. Advocate Manu Sharma, representing Mishra, said the unzipping is more of a problem than urination, and that his client was in an inebriated state when he did that. Considering the age of the complainant and the accused, Sharma argued the act of unzipping was not out of any sexual desire. The complainant’s counsel pointed out that intoxication can never be a defence. “It is not that he was given liquor without his will. Assault does not require physical contact. Heinous act has been committed,” the lawyer said.

11/10/23 Indian Express

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