An Air India flight on Sunday was prevented from taking off due to a technical snag. The flight was carrying Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje, who was flying from Bengaluru, Karnataka.
This flight of Air India going from Bangalore to Hyderabad was to take off at 6.45 pm. But there was some technical problem in the flight. Fortunately, this fault was detected immediately before takeoff. In such a situation, the pilot brought the aircraft back from the runway to the parking bay.
After this, the second flight of Air India was put in, in which the minister and other passengers traveled.
Shobha Karandlaje is the Minister of State for Agriculture in the Central Government. According to a statement issued by the minister’s office, Shobha Karandlaje waited for another flight in the airport lounge itself and refused to take any special facilities.