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Standup comedian "kunal kamra" banned by four airlines for heckling "Arnab goswami"

Standup comedian "kunal kamra" banned by four airlines for heckling "Arnab goswami"

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Standup comedian "kunal kamra" banned by four airlines for heckling "Arnab Goswami".

Standup comedian "kunal kamra" banned by four airlines for heckling "Arnab goswami"

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Standup comedian "kunal kamra" banned by four airlines for heckling "Arnab goswami"
  • kunal kamra banned by indigo airline
  • kunal kamra heckled arnab goswami
  • three other airline also banned kamra
  • Civil aviation minister hardeep singh puri adviced other airlines to ban kunal kamra
  • Indigo pilot object to kunal kamra's ban
Kunal kamra is a very famous india standup comedian who has 1.36 million subscribers on youtube and 854k followers on twitter. Kunal kamra and Arnab Goswami who is a very popular news anchor of Republic TV, both of them were travelling in Indigo Airline and when kamra saw Arnab goswami, he starting asking question to Arnab based on their previous political debates. 


Standup comedian "kunal kamra" banned by four airlines for heckling "Arnab goswami"

Kunal kamra asking questiion to arnab in a way which is called heckling. Kamra had posted a video on Twitter Tuesday where he is seen questioning Goswami on his “journalism” and political views. Following this, Indigo released a statement that said it was banning Kamra for six months due to his “unacceptable behaviour” and also advised passengers “to refrain from indulging in personal slander whilst onboard”.



The Union Minister for Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri also called his behavior “offensive” and urged other airlines to impose similar restrictions on Kamra. Acting on his advice, other three airlines - Airindia, Spicejet and GoAir also banned kunal kamra. 
Offensive behaviour designed to provoke & create disturbance inside an aircraft is absolutely unacceptable & endangers safety of air travellers.


According to the ministry of Civil aviation revised rules 2017, the action taken by airlines are not appropriate. To know more about the rules visit theprint.in for detailed information.

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What is the procedure for banning passengers?

According to the rules, the pilot-in-command is required to file a complaint of unruly behaviour with the airline’s central control on the ground.
The airline will then set up an internal committee, comprising a retired district and sessions judge as the chairman, a representative from a different scheduled airline as member and a representative from a passengers association or consumer association or a retired officer of the consumer dispute redressal forum.
This committee needs to decide the matter within 30 days, including identifying the level of breach committed. During this time the concerned flight can temporarily ban the passenger from flying. However, the temporary ban cannot be for more than 30 days.
In Kamra’s case, according to a clarification issued by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), the matter is yet to be referred to the internal committee.

Indigo pilot objects to the ban on kunal kamra.

Now the indigo pilot who flew kunal kamra objects to his ban saying that Kunal Kamra's behaviour, "while unsavoury, was not qualifying of a level 1 unruly passenger". "Pilots can attest to incidents which were similar and/or worse in nature that were not deemed unruly," he added.

The pilot has sought a clarification from IndiGo saying, "Am I to understand that the bar for interpretation of a disruptive passenger is lower/different when it comes to high profile cases?" as the incident "leaves a lot of room for ambiguity".

News source: Theprint.in and NDTV.com

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