New Delhi, February 16: Akasa Air on Friday said it will carry out a detailed investigation into the "deboarding experience" of BJP leader and Lok Sabha member Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur at the Delhi airport after she alleged that airline staff conspired and tried to cause loss to her. Details about the incident that happened on February 15 after the member landed at the Delhi airport from Mumbai in an Akasa Air flight could not be immediately ascertained. Akasa Air Flight Cancellation: India’s Youngest Airline To Cancel Four Mumbai-Bengaluru Flights Daily From February 15 to March 30

In a post on X on Friday, Thakur alleged that Akasa Air's duty manager Imran and his associates conspired and tried to cause loss to her. Tagging civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, she requested the minister to take action about the incident. "We regret the deboarding experience that Hon'ble Member of Parliament Ms Pragya Thakur had on our flight QP1120 on February 15, 2024. We apologize for any inconvenience caused to her. Assembly Election Results 2023: PM Narendra Modi Is in Mind of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, Says BJP MP Pragya Singh Thakur (Watch Video)

Sadhvi Pragya Alleges Akasa Air ‘Conspiracy’ Against Her

Akasa Air Says Will Probe Incident

"While we will investigate the incident in detail, we take this as an opportunity to learn and to continue improving on our services," an Akasa Air spokesperson said in a statement to PTI. Thakur represents Bhopal constituency in Lok Sabha.