Shiv Sena connects Kapil Sharma with banned MP Ravindra Gaikwad
Mumbai : Defending their MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who allegedly slammed slipper on an Air India staffer, Shiv Sena pulled in Kapil Sharma's name in their debate in Parliament on Monday.
"Kapil Sharma misbehaved on a flight after getting drunk but no ban was imposed on him. Corrupt people are allowed to fly. How can an MP be banned," Sena's Anandrao Adsul questioned in the Lok Sabha.
"There was some dispute, he had beaten an Air India staffer. I agree it is wrong. Air India has filed a police complaint and we will accept whatever the result is, that is not a problem," he added.
"The problem is all airlines have restricted him. The constitution says people can go anywhere in the country. If there is one incident and all airlines ban him, it is wrong."
There are news reports that say Airline carrier is also planning to issue a warning to comedian Kapil Sharma for his behaviour.
Air India and all private carriers have refused to fly Gaikwad after he repeatedly hit an Air India employee with a slipper last week.