Resident of India removed from flight at Almaty International Airport in Kazakhstan

Transport police removed from a flight an Indian citizen who committed an administrative offense, Tengrinews.kz reports with reference to the Transport Police Department.

Reportedly, a representative of Air Astana JSC contacted the duty officer of the Linear Police Department at the airport in Almaty, Kazakhstan, informing that the offender was on board the aircraft flying en route Almaty – Shymkent.

When transport police officers checked what really happened, a 43-year-old citizen of India was detained.

The man, being drunk, behaved aggressively, insulted public morality, thereby interfering with the calmness of passengers. The destructive passenger was removed from the above flight by act to clarify the circumstances.

According to the conclusion of the medical examination, he had moderate intoxication.

An administrative protocol was drawn up in relation to him under Article 440, part 1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Republic of Kazakhstan (drinking alcohol or appearing in public places while intoxicated) and an administrative fine was imposed in the amount of KZT 12,625 (US $1 = KZT 386), which is set in the sanction of five MCIs (monthly calculation indices).

The police officers reminded that since the beginning of this year, transport police of the country brought 38,590 citizens to administrative responsibility for various administrative offenses, including 4,669 people for drinking alcohol or appearing in public places when drunk.

Source – https://tengrinews.kz/

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