Aap chronology samajhiye.
Last evening, comedian Kunal Kamra uploaded a video of him asking some questions to a largely unresponsive, silent Arnab Goswami on the flight they were both on.
I did this for my hero...— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) January 28, 2020
I did it for Rohit pic.twitter.com/aMSdiTanHo
Following which, both their names started trending on Twitter as the issue became a topic of discussion for the entire nation.
Then, Kunal issued a statement, saying he was apologetic to everyone on the flight except 'one'.
Later, Kunal was banned by IndiGo, the airline Kunal and Arnab were aboard.
@MoCA_GoI @HardeepSPuri In light of the recent incident on board 6E 5317 from Mumbai to Lucknow, we wish to inform that we are suspending Mr. Kunal Kamra from flying with IndiGo for a period of six months, as his conduct onboard was unacceptable behaviour. 1/2— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) January 28, 2020
After that, he was banned by Air India.
#FlyAI: In view of the incident onboard @IndiGo6E, Air India wishes to inform that conduct of Person concerned is unacceptable.With a view to discourage such behavior onboard flts, Mr Kunal Kamra is suspended from flying on any Air India flt until further notice. @HardeepSPuri .— Air India (@airindiain) January 28, 2020
There was a news clip of a Republic TV journalist asking questions to Tejashwi Yadav on a flight, which started doing the rounds on the internet.
Before SpiceJet joined the other two airlines in banning Kamra.
Kunal Kamra met Arnab Goswami, again. Arnab didn't talk to him, again.
FYI - Arnab Goswami was in my— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) January 29, 2020
flight again this morning while returning from lucknow... I again asked him politely if he wants to have a honest discussion he with his verbal arrogant hand jester he asked me to move away & I did that...
And now, after a day of 'turbulence', Kunal has released a video statement on the issue, and it mainly deals with Rohith Vemula's suicide.
You can watch the video, here: