Delhi airport sets aside batch of ink after complaints of adverse reaction
A batch of ink, used to stamp arms or hands of international passengers arriving at IGI Airport, was set aside by airport authorities after a complaint of adverse reaction was made by Congress spokesperson and national secretary Madhu Goud Yaskhi on social media.
Yaskhi, who travelled to Delhi Saturday, had his hand stamped on arrival. A day later, he said, the skin started to swell.
He uploaded a photo on Twitter asking Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri to look into it. The minister said: “Thank you for drawing my attention to this. I have spoken to CMD AAI.”
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