Mumbai : Asserting that Air India was attempting to mislead everybody with respect to what really brought about the fight locally available the airplane, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad expressed that he had never requested a Business Class situate, yet had rather asked a complaint book to address his grievance about ‘substandard service’.
Issuing a new proclamation, the MP said that while going in the flight, he saw “recklessness and substandard” administration of Air India and asked for a protest book, however notwithstanding his incessant solicitations he was not given the objection book, rather the staff member got rowdy with him.
“I was requesting legitimate offices not the business class situate. In any case, just to conceal their carless state of mind and duping towards lakhs of Air India travelers, they attempted to make a photo that I was consistently requesting for business class situate. This is totally unjustifiable,” he said.
Gaikwad on Friday presented an objection against Air India before the Delhi Police claiming that he was pushed and shouted on.
In his objection, Gaikwad, who purportedly mistreated Air India staff member, said he was made to go via Air India on economy class even as he had business class ticket.
The Shiv Sena is additionally prone to acquire a benefit movement the Parliament over the issue of Gaikwad being placed in ‘restricted travel backlog’ of all aircrafts.
Air India and six private carriers restricted the 56-year-old MP from flying as he declined to apologize for the occurrence that activated across the country shock.
Anandrao Adsul of the Shiv Sena raised the issue of the boycott forced on R Gaikwad via carriers in Lok Sabha, saying “I trust you (Speaker) will raise it with government”.
The Osmanabad MP in the wake of being boycotted by the top carriers boarded a prepare to Mumbai prior on Friday evening.
Asserting that all MPs need to attend Parliament diligently and cannot always travel by train, Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan today called for resolving the issue of Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaekwad’s ‘flying ban’ by several airlines through amicable talks.
“MPs need to attend Parliament and they cannot travel by train always. At times, they need to travel by plane also. I feel that this issue (blanket ban) should be resolved amicably through talks,” said Mahajan after a meeting attended by Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju and Sena MPs.