Humiliation for star Indian shuttler PV Sindhu. Find out how

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Sindhu got humiliated during her flight to Mumbai today. File Pic

Internet Desk: India’s star shuttler PV Sindhu made the nation proud on many occasions in front of the world. She is the first ever athlete from India who own a silver in badminton at the Rio Olympics. Sindhu also has three Super Series title under her belt.

In a shocking manner, the nation’s very own Sindhu got humiliated in her flight to Mumbai today. After facing this type of embarrassment Sindhu tweeted her experience where she got humiliated by a ground-staff named Mr. Ajeetesh.

Here goes the full tweet by Sindhu,” Sorry to say ..i had a very bad experience when i was flying by 6E 608 flight to bombay on 4th nov the ground staff by name Mr ajeetesh(1/3)”.

“Ground staff (skipper) mr ajeetesh behaved very badly and rudely with me. when the air hostess Ms ashima tried to advise him to behave properly with the passenger (Me) but to my surprise he behaved very rudely with her. If this type of people work for a reputed airline like indigo they will spoil their reputation @IndiGo6E,” she further added.


When the IndiGo authority tried to incident from her, Sindhu replied,”Please speak to Ms Ashima she wil explain you in detail.”

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