The New Indian Express
New Delhi: The complainant denied the statement made by the accused Shankar Mishra in the court docket yesterday concerning the incident of urinating in the Air India flight, and alleged that the statement that he might have urinated himself is utterly false and pretend and of course insulting.
On Friday, Mishra’s lawyer argued in opposition to the police utility searching for revision of the order given by the magisterial court docket denying the custodial listening to, saying that his consumer had not dedicated the crime and that the complainant woman had urinated.
The allegations made by the accused are utterly false and spurious and defamatory in nature. Advocate Ankur Mahindro, showing for the complainant woman, mentioned that the allegations are utterly contradictory.
They mentioned that as a substitute of repenting for the heinous act, the accused has been telling false data and lies with the intention of additional harassing the complainant woman.
Counsel for Mishra instructed the court docket that the complainant woman was affected by some prostate-related illnesses like many Kathak dancers.