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Here’s Why Kunal Kamra Roasted Arnab Goswami On IndiGo Flight

Fairly, each one of us has the right to criticise someone but limits need to be set. However, stand up comedian Kunal Kamra seems to have forgotten those limits.

The comedian, the other day had shared a video of him heckling journalist Arnab Goswami for his “brand of journalism”.

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Kamra asked Goswami to confront him as he was an “anti-national” and a part of the “tukde tukde gang” and urged him to read Rohit Vemula’s letter and “educate himself”. The latter chose not to respond.

Here is the video:

The tweet garnered mixed responses from the mass. While some people called it an act of bravery, others questioned the flight and if they entertain practices like heckling passengers on board?

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Kamra later shared a ‘statement’ about his remarks and clarified what had happened on the flight adding that he doesn’t regret the same.

Kamra in the Tweet has said that he did it for his friend Rohit Vemula.

The letter states that Vemula had committed suicide after he and three other students were suspended from the University of Hyderabad after a complaint had been filed against them by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the student wing of the BJP.

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Thereafter, Vemula struggled to manage his expenses and also couldn’t thwart the suspension. He had left a letter explaining the circumstances of his suicide and how a man was reduced to “just a vote”.

Nevertheless, the aviation firm, IndiGo, commending the incident onboard put up an apology and barred Kamra from flying with IndiGo for the next six months.

Following the lead, Air India, which is calling investors for 100% stake sale, has also barred Kamra from flying on its flights for an indefinite period.

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After the incident caught Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of Civil Aviation, attention, he urged other flight operators to condemn such behaviour.

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