No Country For The Specially-Abled?

PUBLISHED ON: May 22, 2022 | Duration: 27 min, 01 sec

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IndiGo airlines was recently sent a show cause notice by the aviation watchdog DGCA over its inappropriate handling of a special needs child. The airline had refused to allow the child and his family to board a flight, claiming he was in a 'state of panic' and posed a threat to other passengers. Was this incident unusual - perhaps leading us to see more inclusivity, or was this indicative of a more systemic problem? Are laws enough to safeguard the rights of the specially-abled?
 
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