Minister orders probe after Air India staffer alleges sexual harassment
Updated : May 30, 2018 05:13 PM IST
The flight attendant accused the executive, who she did not identify, of harassing her over a six-year period, and said she had been forced to appeal to the government because "Air India refused to deal with the matter seriously".
The incident comes at a time when women across the globe are recounting tales of sexual harassment and assault through the #MeToo global social media campaign.
The flight attendant described the executive as a "predator" and alleged other women at Air India had suffered similar experiences.
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