The requires boycotting Qatar Airways in India have been made by “misled” individuals and do not fear the airline, chief govt officer Akbar Al Baker instructed The Hindu on Monday.
When requested if he was involved about the such calls, the Qatar Airways CEO replied with an emphatic “no”.
“It is being executed by a couple of misled individuals and I do not need to touch upon that. Everybody is free to say no matter they need towards anyone,” he instructed The Hindu on the sidelines of International Air Transport Association (IATA)’s Annual General Meeting in Doha.
Earlier this month, a number of Islamic nations together with Qatar, Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia registered their protest towards offensive remarks made by BJP chief Nupur Sharma towards Prophet Muhammed. As a grocery store in Kuwait eliminated Indian merchandise from its cabinets, some in India known as for boycotting Qatar Airways.