Ayesha Takia’s Partner Farhan Azmi Alleges Racism At Goa Airport: ‘CISF Officer Touched Wife’

Ayesha Takia’s Partner Farhan Azmi Alleges Racism At Goa Airport: ‘CISF Officer Touched Wife’


Bollywood actress Ayesha Takia, who is greatest identified for her purpose in the Salman Khan-starrer Preferred, is back again in the information. Nicely, no, she hasn’t signed any film. In reality, she is at present producing headlines owing to her entrepreneur partner Farhan Azmi’s the latest Tweets. 

Taking to Twitter, he talked about his new Goa outing with family members and how it turned out to be a awful working experience for them. 

Farhan has accused two senior CISF officers of passing racist and sexual reviews at them at the Goa Airport. He has accused that a person of them even tried out to contact his spouse, Ayesha Takia, and advised her to stand in a unique queue. When the other CISF officer directed sexual slurs at him. 

Sharing the disturbing incident in depth together with the shots of the officers, he tweeted, “Pricey @CISFHQrs, I was boarding for Mumbai on @IndiGo6E 6386, 18:40 hrs flight and these racist officers R P Singh, A K Yadav, commander Rout and senior officer (SP class) Bahadur purposely singled me and my household (wife and son) straight away right after they read out my identify out loud to team”. 

Conversing about how an officer tried out to contact the Socha Na Tha actress, he extra, “Altercation started out when an armed male officer at the protection desk attempted to physically contact & tell my wife, son to stand in a further line even though all other family members were being standing jointly for safety. All I stated to him is to dare contact any feminine right here & manage length @CISFHQrs”. 

Farhan tweeted, “It didn’t end below! Senior officer Bahadur then signalled the @CISFHQrs guard with his hand who was prepared to frisk me. This racist **##** made a dirty sexual remark when he was examining my pockets which had only a 500₹ be aware (video clip on report)”. 

Demanding an inquiry, he additional said that an formal grievance will be submitted if required.  

Reacting to his tweets, the Goa Airport replied, “We regret the inconvenience caused to you and family members when travelling. Pl be rest confident this matter shall be duly looked into”. 

Farhan then thanked the Goa Airport for their prompt response and termed the incident “very uncomfortable & disturbing”. 

DIG Anil Pandey, on the other hand, has denied Farhan’s charges, proclaiming that the CISF is a “expert pressure”.

Talking to The Print about the incident, he said, “We (CISF) offer with over 7 lakh passengers for each day at the airport, how quite a few these types of complaints or allegations have at any time been manufactured? He was just questioned to stick to the protection protocol and none of the officers passed any racist remarks”.

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