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Heavily drunk son of Gujarat deputy CM taken off Qatar Airways flight

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Ahmedabad: In what could be a bizarre incident, son of Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, was stopped from boarding a Qatar Airways flight early on Monday after he arrived in a “heavily drunken” state and argued with the staff at the airport.

According to reports, Jaiman Patel,  along with his wife Jhalak and daughter Vaishvi were stopped from boarding the plane, which was scheduled to take-off at 4am.

The family was headed to Greece for a vacation.

Patel, who is a land dealer, reached the Ahmedabad International Airport in a drunken state, barely able to walk.

He cleared the immigration and other checks in a wheelchair due to his inebriated condition, said airport officials.

“Jaimin Patel was prevented from boarding the flight. He also had an argument with the staff of the airways,” an official quoted in a report.

Meanwhile, Nitin Patel told reporters in the evening in Gandhinagar that this was a ploy to defame him.

“My son, his wife and daughter were going for a vacation. He was not feeling well.”

“His wife called up home and then it was decided to return home and not proceed,” the 60-year-old minister added.

“Our opponents are trying to tarnish our image by spreading false and mischievous information,” he said.

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