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It is too little, argued many on the Ban of Kunal Kamra on his fly ban propagandist Kunal Kamra was banned for months by several airlines.

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It is too little, argued many on the Ban of Kunal Kamra on his fly ban propagandist Kunal Kamra was banned for months by several airlines.

Air India issued a statement: In view of the incident onboard @IndiGo6E, Air India wishes to inform that the conduct of the Person concerned is unacceptable. With a view to discourage such behavior onboard flights, Mr. Kunal Kamra is suspended from flying on any Air India flight until further notice. @HardeepSPuri

 

Kunal Kamra proud of the open bullying, if he is not able to do it in the television room, he thought of doing in the Air above, in the plane and shared in Social Media. On Wednesday, Kamra took to this Twitter account to share how he was heckling Republic TV Editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami onboard an Indigo flight from Mumbai to Lucknow.

He wrote, “I did this for my hero...I did it for Rohit”

In the video above it can be seen how Kunal Kamra tried to instigate the verbal argument in the flight with Arnab Goswami in the flight. He tried his best to do and get some attention, however, he failed to do so. Arnab who continues to ignore him. 

Congress leader hailed this unruly behavior ignoring harassment to Arnab and other passengers in the flight. Shashi Tharoor tweeted, “The truth is that it was time someone gave him a taste of his own medicine. These are the words he regularly uses to berate his innocent victims, except he does so in a hectoring, bullying manner & at higher volume & pitch than @kunalkamra88 does in this video.”

Some users replied back to Tharoor suggesting, “Next time anyone catch Tharoor in-plane or anywhere must ask him about the mysterious murder of his wife...”

In 2017, Government made rules to tackle on-board disruptive and unruly behavior by passengers, paves way for No-Fly List

The Ministry of Civil Aviation today unveiled rules to tackle on-board disruptive and unruly behavior by passengers. Briefing the media in New Delhi today, the Minister for Civil Aviation Shri P Ashok Gajapathi Raju said that the new rules will allow for the formation of a national, No Fly List of such unruly passengers. He said the promulgation of the No - Fly List in India is unique and first-of-its-kind in the world. Emphasizing the Government’s commitment to ensuring safety, Shri Raju said that the concept of the No-Fly List is based on the concern for the safety of passengers, crew and the aircraft, and not just on security threat.




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