The police have formed two teams to track down Shankar Mishra who has been accused of urinating on a woman on an Air India New York-Delhi flight.
Shankar Mishra, the man who urinated on a woman on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi six weeks ago and was allowed to walk away, remains at large and is being pursued by two teams of the Delhi Police, sources said on Friday.
The police have formed two teams to track him down, and one of them is camping in Bengaluru, where his sister lives and where he was last known to be. The sister has been questioned, police sources said.
The other team has been sent to Mumbai, where Shankar Mishra's father lives.
The police have also issued a 'Look Out Circular' which stops him from leaving the country.
According to police sources, investigators have "some leads" on his location and are working on it.
The police also plan to take statements of the crew and pilot, including an explanation of why the incident was not reported when it took place on November 26.