Shankar Mishra Wiki – Shankar Mishra Biography
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – Wells Fargo took action against one of its employees after the person was accused of urinating on an elderly woman. Shankar Mishra was reportedly working for the banking giant as vice president of India operations when the incident occurred midair on an Air India flight from New York to New Delhi in November.
Now, in a statement to DailyMail.com, Wells Fargo said it “holds employees to the highest standards of professional and personal behavior and we find these allegations deeply disturbing”, before adding that Shankar’s employment has been “terminated”. .
During the November 26 episode, the 34-year-old man reportedly drank heavily and then urinated on the 72-year-old woman on the New York-Delhi plane. The crew members then forced him to apologize to the woman. Also, later, through his lawyers, he apparently intended to pay some money as compensation for his act.
Shankar Mishra accused of peeing on an elderly woman during flight
The alleged victim, however, returned the money and complained to Air India. In her complaint to the airline against Shankar, the woman reportedly said: “I was stunned when he started crying and apologizing profusely to me, begging me not to file a complaint against him because he is a family man and did not want his wife and children be affected by this incident. In my already distraught state, I became further disoriented having to confront and negotiate with the perpetrator of the horrific incident up close.”
She added: “I told him his actions were inexcusable, but with his pleading and pleading in front of me, and my own shock and trauma, I found it difficult to insist on his arrest or press charges against him.” Furthermore, India’s civil aviation regulatory body, the General Civil Aviation Directorate, also criticized Air India saying, “The conduct of the airline concerned appears to be unprofessional and has led to systemic failure.”
Judicial custody for defendants
Meanwhile, it has been said that on Friday, January 6, Shankar was finally arrested in the southern Indian city of Bengaluru after being on the run for days. He has reportedly been ordered to remain in court custody for two weeks while he continues his investigation into the case.
The defendant is reportedly facing charges under 294 (obscene act in a public place), 354 (assault or criminal force on a woman with intent to insult her modesty), 509 (word, gesture, or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) and 510 (misconduct in public by a drunk person) of the Indian Penal Code, as well as charges under the Aircraft Rules.
Earlier, Shankar’s father, Shyam Mishra, had claimed his son’s innocence. In an interview with India Today TV, he said: “This is a totally false case. My son was traveling from the United States. He hadn’t slept for 72 hours.
He could have had a drink on the flight and slept. What happened after that, even he doesn’t know. It’s very difficult to prove.” Shyam continued: “I don’t think he would have done this [urinate on the woman]. The woman is 72 years old, she is like a mother to him”, before stating that no one saw what exactly happened that day.Read More……