Air India Urination Case: ‘Opening pants was not for sexual desire’, lawyer of accused Shankar Mishra told the court

Air India Urination Case: Delhi’s Patiala House Court has reserved its verdict on the bail plea of ​​Shankar Mishra, accused of urinating on a woman in an Air India flight. Delhi Police opposed the grant of bail to Shankar Mishra.

Advocate Manu Sharma, appearing for Shankar Mishra, said that only one non-bailable offense is mentioned in the FIR, others are bailable offences. The lawyer appearing for the accused said that “he could not control the consumption of alcohol but taking off his pants was not for sexual desire. The complainant has not considered him as a promiscuous person.”

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