Mr. Ravindra Gaikwad came in the parliament and gave his version of 23rd march event that happened to ban Mr. Gaikwad in Air India and other Airlines. In Lok Sabha Mr. Ravindra Gaikwad offered and apology but it was not for the employee Mr. Gaikwad had beaten.
In the news agency ANI, a spokesperson was quoted by saying that the Airlines has eliminate the Parliamentarian’s Delhi to Mumbai and Mumbai to Delhi tickets of 17th and 24h April.
Mr. Ravindra Gaikwad wrote a letter to Civil Aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi later in the day and alleged the restriction on flying is preventing the ‘Effective discharge of my duties and responsibilities’
The Government will examine to finish the ban but there will be no interference with 2 criminal cases filed by Air India against Mr. Ravindra Gaikwad.
Mr. Gaikwad should not be allowed to fly till he gives a ‘Genuine Apology’ for beating up the 60 year old manager, Said by Cabin Crew Association of Air India.