Shiv Sena workers vandalise Adani signboard, which was placed near Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai. (Source: ANI)
A group of Shiv Sena people allegedly ransacked a neon billboard with 'Adani Airport' in black and white on it near the sculpture of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj united to the airport in Mumbai on Monday afternoon, a supervisor sanctioned said. They shouted slogans against the billboard as soon as the airport was named after Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
Some of the people in a while came on to the Western Express Highway located close by to which the interchange pressure group on the city's major north-south boulevard was disrupted for a particular time, the executive said. He assumed certain individuals occupied in the occasion were apprehended and the means of registering a circumstance was underway.
Meanwhile, a representative of the Adani Airport wealth imperfect said, "In set on fire of the incidents around Adani Airports branding at the Mumbai global Airport, we steadfastly comfort that AAHL has only replaced the before branding with Adani Airports branding and that no alteration has been prepared to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj intercontinental Airport (CSMIA) branding or positioning at the terminal".
"The branding at CSMIA is in fulfillment with the norms and guidelines of the Airport firmness of India (AAI). The AAHL will keep on to adhere to the complete guidelines laid out by the control in the hobby of the aviation cooperative spirit at large," the announcement said. The Adani party preceding month thought it had full control over the management of Mumbai global airport from the GVK group.
Mumbai International Airport is the second largest airport in India (after IGIA Delhi) for passenger and cargo transportation. The company said that with the addition of Mumbai International Airport Limited, Adani Airport Holdings Limited (AAHL), a subsidiary of Adani Enterprises Ltd., will now control 33% of India's air cargo traffic.