Air India staffer assault case: Ravindra Gaikwad summoned by Uddhav Thackeray
Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad has been summoned by Shiv Sena boss Uddhav Thackeray regarding the ambush on Air India staff member. Gaikwad revealed to India Today that he was going to Matoshree to meet Thackeray and to portray his rendition of the episode. He included that he will later set out toward his supporters Osmanabad.
Gaikwad’s announcement will be sent to the gathering’s disciplinary advisory group of the gathering which is probably going to issue a notice to the MP.
Gaikwad was banished from flying by noticeable carriers after he attacked an Air India staff member on Thursday. After he was banished from flying, he needed to load up a prepare to Mumbai on Friday.
Uncommon Commissioner of Police Dependra Pathak said on Friday that a FIR had been enrolled and the case has been exchanged to the Crime Branch for a through test.
Pathak said Gaikwad had been set up for charges of endeavor to carry out blamable murder and ambush or criminal constrain with aim to shame a man under the Indian Penal Code.
Air India had held up a protest with police on Thursday, yet Delhi Police took legitimate feeling before at long last enrolling a FIR on Friday.
GAIKWAD ASSAULTS STAFFER
On Thursday, when Gaikwad declined to de-load up, Sukumar said he initially asked for the MP in English to get off the plane yet was advised to talk in Hindi.
When he started to talk in Hindi, Gaikwad erupted and hit him with his shoe. Despite the fact that Thursday, Gaikwad gloated how he had hit the staff member with his shoe “25 times”.
“I won’t apologize. Why would it be advisable for me to? It is not my misstep. They ought to apologize to begin with, then (we) will see.”
Gaikwad additionally shot off protestations to Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan requesting an investigation into the episode.
“We trust an ambush on any of our representatives is a strike on every one of us and on common reputable nationals of our nation who strive to acquire a living,” said Federation of Indian Airlines Associate Director Ujjwal Dey.