The immigration department of the Sanganer International Airport in Jaipur, India, has registered an complaint against three staff members of Sharjah-based Air Arabia airline for alleged misbehaviour on Monday.
An inspector of the Indian immigration department alleged in the complaint that the trio misbehaved with the immigration counter officer over a passenger's identity documents, reports The Times of India.
The police have launched an investigation. However, airport director RK Singh expressed his ignorance on the issue, said TOI.
According to the official in charge of Sanganer police station, who was quoted by the Indian daily, the complaint was lodged by Yashodhan Pal Singh, an inspector at the airport.
The cause of confrontation between the two groups was a passenger, Mohammad Imran and his identity documents. The Indian officials are yet to record the statement of the accused staff.
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