Ravindra Gaikwad rubbishes Air India’s statement on ticket cancellation, says he did not book any ticket

Air India on Friday said it had cancelled tickets booked by Ravindra Gaikwad for later this month after the airlines banned him from flying in March. Rubbishing the statement by Air India, Ravindra Gaikwad said that seven tickets were booked in his name by unknown people and he has raised this issue in Parliament. Speaking to ANI, Gaikwad said, “7 times tickets were booked in my name. I did not do it. Who did? I have raised this issue in the Parliament.”

“It is learnt through media that I have booked the tickets for Air India to travel from Delhi to Mumbai for 17 and 24 April and my defaming is continued. On this connection, I would like to make it clear that I have neither booked a ticket for 17 nor 24th April, 2017 for any airline as being aired by media as the session will be sin-e-die on 13th April 2017,” Gaikwad said in a statement after Air India announced that it had cancelled Gaikwad’s Delhi-Mumbai round tickets for April 17 and 24. Read More…


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