A videograb shows Suraj standing on the baggage belt.
Gulf Today Report
A passenger was arrested for creating fuss at the Indra Gandhi International Airport in Delhi after he denied to board for not carrying a mandatory negative RT-PCR test report.
According to a local section of media the passenger, Suraj Pandey is a businessman from Uttar Pradesh, and was heading towards Mumbai.
In a purported video of the incident, the man was also not wearing a mask.
Suraj Pandey turned violent and started shouting and got onto the baggage belt and started walking on it.
Suraj demanded to be adjusted on another flight.
The officials requested the man several times but Suresh kept on arguing.
He was seen being dragged out of the premises by the police. The man was further arrested by Delhi Police and an investigation is underway.
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