India suspected of nearly 4000 ‘fake pilots’

Saturday, June 27th: According to the report of Baaghi TV, news of fake pilots was coming in Pakistan. Now news has come that there are more fake pilots in India than in Pakistan.

A few days after suspension of Indigo airline, pilot Parmandar Kaur Gulti, who was arrested on charges of forging his mark sheet to obtain a pilot’s license. Another arrest has been made on the same grounds. This time, Captain JK Verma, the pilot of India’s national airline Air India, has been arrested.

“We have arrested Verma,” a senior police official said. The investigation is ongoing. We have been given more names by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Meenakshi Sehgal of Indigo and Soren Singh Talwar of MDLR.

All this came to light two months ago after an investigation into the alleged landing of Parmandar Kaur Galati. The matter was then reported to the Aviation Watchdog, DGCA. The airline Watchdog acknowledged that 4,000 pilot licenses were being investigated in India.

Naseem Zaidi, India’s secretary of aviation, said the DGCA was investigating the licenses of 3,000 to 4,000 pilots with reference to fake pilots.

In order to obtain a pilot’s license in India, a pilot has to pass three subjects, but in the case of Pilot Galati, the DGCA’s investigation shows that she cannot clear two papers, so she allegedly made a fake license.

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