Most of the states in India, which on Monday exceeded 300,000 deaths due to the Coronavirus, allow a maximum of 50 guests to attend weddings.
The couple, who have not been identified, celebrated the wedding on Sunday, when a SpiceJet plane, which was heading to Bangalore, flew over the Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, the Hindustan Times reported.
Contrary to regulations in civil aviation, almost none of the guests wore a chin strap or respected previously established social distancing rules. pandemic.
The General Administration of Civil Aviation has asked Spicejet to take action against newlyweds and their guests, who may be sentenced not to travel by plane. “The agent and the invited passengers have been informed in detail, in writing and orally, of social distancing and safety rules to be followed in accordance with Covid’s directives, at the airport and on board throughout the flight,” Spicejet said. official speaker.
The statement added: “Despite the repeated demands and warnings, the passengers did not abide by the directives, and the company will take appropriate measures in accordance with the legislation.”
Several Indian states have imposed strict lockdowns in the past six weeks to stem the wave of Covid-19, which has collapsed hospitals. India is accumulating around 27 million coronavirus infections, with a total of 303,720 deaths. There are 41,686,052 fully vaccinated people in the country, representing 3.1% of the population.