New Delhi : Directorate General of Civil Aviation( DGCA) Chief Arun Kumar on Sunday called urinating incident on Air India “ unfortunate ” and also admitted to the fact that there were sweats to cover it up which wasn’t demanded. Speaking to the media, Kumar said that it should n’t have happed in the first place, still, it was an “ unfortunate incident ”. He also held Air India’s lack of enforcement as the reason why that incident got escalated. According to Kumar, the urinating incident was a collaborative failure as the “ case wasn’t reported and people tried to cover it up ”. There was no need for that as it had happed due to notoriety’s mischief and the airlines just had to report the incident, the DGCA said while speaking to the media. The DGCA had assessed a Rs 30 lakh forfeiture on Air India and suspended the license of the airman- in- command for three months, in the fate of the urinating incident, where a manly passenger had urinated over a woman passenger aboard a New York- New Delhi flight on November 26, 2022.