Kolkata: People with disabilities should not be made to remove their prosthetic limbs or calipers during security checks at airports, nor they are lifted manually without consent, the Supreme Court has ruled after the final hearing of a case filed by Kolkata activist Jeeja Ghosh. It also said security checks should be done without violating the disabled person’s dignity.
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