This seems to be a case of spreading happiness the wrong way.
Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam sang two songs from ‘Veer-Zara’ and ‘Refugee’ on a flight from Jodhpur to Mumbai on January 4. The obviously delighted and happy passengers posted the video on social media and it went immediately viral.
Hence was  invoked the Directorate General of Civil Aviation’s (DGCA) displeasure.
On Monday, senior Jet Airways officials were summoned to the DGCA headquarters in Delhi and met Joint Director General Lalit Gupta and Deputy Director (air safety) Maneesh Kumar.
DGCA officials revealed that Gupta made it clear that the action of the crew indicated the airline wasn’t serious about passenger safety. While the DGCA does not have a Civil Aviation Requirement (CAR) about the use of the in-flight public address system making it compulsory for airlines to follow, the airlines have their own manuals that outline the rules, and Jet’s only permits the cabin crew to use the public address system. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
While DGCA has not issued any directives specifying what was required of Jet in writing, the airline grounded five cabin crew members after being pulled up verbally. The flight was chartered by the Nariman Point-based GeeCee Ventures Ltd for a private function hosted by its chairman Ashwin Kumar Kothari at Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhavan Palace.
Although Sonu is said to have expressed his views as: “Hope next time someone doesn’t dread going the extra mile to spread happiness amongst unsuspecting people.”
But Minister of state for civil aviation, Mahesh Sharma, backed DGCA. “The mic system vlog should be used by authorised staff or captain of the plane only. I’m happy with Jet’s initiatives,”
Former DGCA chief Kanu Gohain opined that there was a way of using the public address system. according to him Nigam is wrong, staff is not punished for spreading happiness but for flouting the rules/safety rules.