Was CM Bhagwant Mann really off from Lufthansa flight? , What Airlines Bid on Flight Delay

Publish Date: 20 Sep, 2022 |
 

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann was dropped from Lufthansa airline flight in Germany or not? Amidst various claims and reports regarding this question, the airline company has broken its silence. It was alleged by CM Bhagwant Mann that the flight of German Airlines Lufthansa was delayed due to his intoxication. If reports are to be believed, Shiromani Akali Dal leader Sukhbir Singh Badal had made this allegation on CM Mann. The reaction of Lufthansa Airlines has come on this matter.

Airlines Comment on the situation

Lufthansa Airlines has responded to the user's query but its official statement in the matter is yet to come. The airlines have not yet confirmed or denied whether CM Bhagwant Mann was involved in the flight delay. Bhagwant Mann was on a tour of Germany from 11 to 18 September. Media reports said that Mann was deboarded from a Lufthansa plane in Frankfurt, which was about to leave for Delhi, due to intoxication. Mann alleged that the flight was delayed due to his intoxication. 

CM Mann not well

AAP's Director of Media Communication Chander Suta Dogra said that the health of the Chief Minister was not well. You have dismissed the whole matter. Navneet Wadhwa, media in-charge of the Chief Minister's Office said that all these are nonsense and fabricated things. He said that an attempt is being made to defame the government. 

According to the schedule of the Chief Minister's visit to Germany, he was to stay in Germany till September 18. It may be noted that Bhagwant Mann had gone to Germany on 11 September. In Germany he visited Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin and met with several companies looking to invest in Punjab. Apart from his wife and security personnel, other senior officials were also present along with CM Mann.

 

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