IndiGo staff accused of blocking the boarding of children with disabilities

"Zero tolerance": Minister’s warning when IndiGo blames boarding line

On Monday, Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia warned IndiGo Airlines after a spiral backlash against allowing children with special needs to fly with their families at lunch airport on weekends.

“There is no tolerance for such behavior. Humans do not have to experience this! Post that you will investigate the problem yourself and take appropriate action,” the minister said on Twitter.

The Director of Civil Aviation Bureau (DGCA) of the Aviation Regulatory Authority has also requested IndiGo to report.

This behavior occurs after the tragic trials of the family are widely shared on social media and cause massive anger.

IndiGo said in a statement that children are threatening the safety of other passengers. It emphasized its pride in being “inclusive” and refuted the proposal for discriminatory behavior.