Air India Responds To Indian Para Swimmer Mohammad Shams Aalam Shaikh Who Waited For 90 Minutes At The Delhi Airport To Get Wheelchair
Para Swimmer Waited At Airport: Indian Para Swimmer Mohammad Shams Aalam Shaikh had tweeted on the previous day saying that he had to wait for 90 minutes to get a wheelchair at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. Had to do He returned to India after a 12-hour journey from Melbourne, Australia on an Air India flight. At the same time, Air India has now expressed regret while replying on this matter.
Air India, while replying to Indian para swimmer Mohammad Shams Alam Sheikh, said that the airport was delayed due to security reasons. We hope you will give us another chance to fix things. Shaikh had claimed that he had waited 90 minutes at the Delhi airport to get the wheelchair.
Air India expressed regret
Air India said that as soon as the flight reached Delhi, Shams Alam was provided a wheelchair in the corridor by Air India as per procedure from the aircraft. After the security clearance, his personal wheelchair reached the belt in a short time. They were escorted by the airport handling personnel full time. Sorry for the inconvenience caused due to the delay (out of our control) in the arrival of his wheelchair.
There was a delay in the arrival of the private wheelchair
Let us tell you that Mohammed Shams Aalam Shaikh had claimed that the wheelchair he was initially provided with in the corridor at the airport (IGI Airport) was uncomfortable. However, Air India has claimed that the Aisley wheelchair was provided as per standard procedure and the delivery of the personal wheelchair was delayed due to airport security reasons. Air India said that security clearance during international travel takes time, hence the delay in his personal wheelchair.
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