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Shiv Sena workers vandalise Adani Airport signboard in Mumbai

By Hindustn Times

Members of Shiv Sena-affiliated workers union Bhartiya Kamgar Sena (BKS) vandalised a signboard of Adani Airport erected near Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport on Monday. The move came as Sena workers were irked with the company’s move to erect signage a with only their branding whereas the airport is named Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), after the Maratha warrior king.

Adani Airports Holding Limited (AAHL) said they have replaced the previous branding with Adani Airports which is in compliance with the norms and guidelines of the Airport Authority of India (AAI). “In light of the incidents around Adani Airport branding at the Mumbai International Airport, we firmly assure that AAHL has merely replaced the previous branding with Adani Airport branding and that no change has been made to CSMIA’s branding or positioning at the terminal.

The branding at CSMIA is in compliance with the norms and guidelines of AAI. AAHL will continue to adhere to all the guidelines laid out by the government in the interest of the aviation community at large,” AAHL said in a statement issued on Monday.

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