On Saturday, the court of Delhi passed an order of 14 days judicial custody against the accused Shankar Mishra, the Air India passenger and the accused of hurting the modesty of a woman by urinating over her during the flight.
Metropolitan magistrate Anamika said to the police that they are abide by the law and the procedure of the law is follwowed in this case as well, no decision can be taken in pressure of the public.
The accused is remanded from police custody to judicial custody of 14 days. The judicial magistrate told the court that the case is at the investigation stage the further process in the case according to the law should be followed in the case.
The police told the court that the accused was arrested with the help of Central Crime Branch Police from Benguluru. The accused was not cooperting with the investigation of the police in the case.
The police demanded further police custody of the accused but the magistrate refused by saying that the purpose for which the police require the custody of accused did not require the presence of the accused.
Advocate Manu Sharma appearing for the accused in the court told the court that no case is made out under section 354IPC i.e., assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modestry against accused.