Gaikwad, who has been unapologetic about the incident yesterday, had earlier today said that he will be taking the Air India flight this evening.
The incident of Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad beating an Air India staffer has shocked the nation.
As an outcome, Air India said it may create a no-fly list of unruly passengers to keep such behaviour in check.
Air India said that service did not have any business class seats and Gaikwad's refusal to leave had delayed other flights.
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Gaikwad, from the Shiv Sena party, allies of India's ruling BJP, did not apologize for Thursday's confrontation and told reporters he had been badly treated. "For thorough and detailed probe the FIR has been transferred to crime branch", Delhi Police spokesperson Devendra Pathak told ANI. The man, who appears to be a fakir, falls at the MP's feet, but Radadiya goes on kicking him.
He has also filed a complaint at the airport police station against the airline officials for allegedly misbehaving with him.
When Gaikwad's flight landed in Delhi around 10.30AM on Thursday, he refused to get off the plane for almost an hour.
Gaikwad was scheduled to fly back from Delhi to Pune on an Air Indian flight but the airline cancelled his return ticket as well. He was traveling on an Air India flight from Pune to New Delhi.
A senior Indian lawmaker on Thursday, bragged about hitting an employee of the national carrier, Air India with his slipper as he was denied a business class seat in a Delhi-bound flight.
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Customers Relations Manager, Kumar who tried to communicate with the MP was verbally and physically assaulted.
Shiv Sena, a regional party in Maharashtra, is known for its aggressive stance on various issues, often resorting to intimidation and threats of violence to get its point across.
"I have the tickets, they can't blacklist me". I have been dealing with the public. "We have to see whether this action is within the framework of the law", Minister of State for Aviation Jayant Sinha told The Times of India.
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