Take no coercive steps against AI pilot: HC to police

Kathpalia was removed as director of operations of Air India last month after failing to clear pre-flight alcohol test, with the government citing "serious nature of the transgression and (his) failure to course correct".

The Delhi High Court on Thursday restrained the police from taking coercive steps against Air India pilot Arvind Kathpalia, accused of violating aircraft rules, including evading breath analyser test, and forgery.

Kathpalia appeared before Justice Mukta Gupta where the court asked him to join the Delhi police probe and appear before investigating officer on Friday morning.

Kathpalia was removed as director of operations of Air India last month after failing to clear pre-flight alcohol test, with the government citing "serious nature of the transgression and (his) failure to course correct".

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