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Airlines Drama with Indians!

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Submitted by Mumbay Boy (Kuwait), Aug 26, 2006 at 04:41

One person gave his mobile to his colleagues because he wanted to sleep on 4 seats on the back side of [Northwest] plane and he was afraid that his mobile may fall down from his pocket while sleeping from his sport trouser.

Plan was 65% empty and due to long journey people wanted some rest on the back side because most of the seats were empty. They ignores the announcement that no one should change seat! I have traveled many times and most of the times seen that people usually do this practice!

Anyhow, unprofessional and less trained Air Marshall informed pilot that some people are changing mobiles and also seats! Suddenly they escorted the plane. Later Dutch authorities took some people in a black cell at airport and asked them to sign on BLANK papers. We don't know what they will write.

I am afraid they may blackmail these Indians to play big conspiracies to force them to do any anti India activities by writing anything on these blank papers. Indian Govt. MUST investigate this matter seriously and take must take back all those papers from Dutch authorities. It could be big conspiracy because most of the passengers are big business men. They may play any game!


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