A fresh video of a driver being thrashed at the parking lot Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport has surfaced online.
The undated video of the incident has gone viral on social media in which the driver can be seeing arguing with a set of security personnel.
In the video, the security personnel is seen repeatedly slapping the driver after claiming that he abused him.
Another person can be heard in the background saying to the driver "Is there any need to hurl abuses?"
The man can further be heard telling him to think before speaking the next time.
The video was uploaded on Twitter by user AK-47 with the caption, "What is this Security Nuisance going in everyday at MIAL !!! Is this your Standard Operating Procedure?"
Responding to the incident, Mumbai Police said "We have followed you. Please share your contact details in DM."
Cabbie thrashed by private security personnel at Mumbai airport
Earlier, on March 25, a cab driver was thrashed by private security personnel at the parking lot of Mumbai airport over a scuffle regarding parking.
Six people were arrested on the basis of the statement by the cab driver.
A video from the incident site has also emerged wherein the cab driver and security personnel are seen arguing.
In the video, around five to six security personnels can be seen thrashing the cab driver, who was identified as Dayavan Devare.
According to the Sahar police, the Devare had initially provoked a lady security personnel and verbally abused her, in addition he was also at fault in terms of parking his cab at the airport, for which the security personnel opposed him.
CSMIA spokesperson speaking about the incident said, "Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) firmly upholds compassion and humanity. The airport has a zero-tolerance policy towards touts and will continue to safeguard passengers' interest at all times. The airport condemns any act of violence and does not support any discourteous behaviour."
"The incident that has taken place is under investigation and CSMIA is fully supporting the authorities with the inquiry. CSMIA has also taken strict disciplinary action against the said outsourced personnel. We, at CSMIA are committed to providing a safe and hassle-free travel experience to all our passengers/ non-passengers and all our endeavours are directed towards it," they further said.
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