The Shiv Sena has just announced its intention of entering the aviation business by launching its own airline, chiefly to fly Gaikwad and other like minded people.
Ravindra Gaikwad, the Shiv Sena MP from Osmanabad, on 23rd March had hit a 60 years old Air India official 25 times using a slipper and later boasted about it to the media. This led to him getting subsequently banned by other airlines. Thanks to the ban, the MP had to travel in a train and by road, until today when the Shiv Sena arranged a private jet for him.
This announcement about launching the airline was made by a senior Shiv Sena minister after he inaugurated a slipper manufacturing factory in his constituency.
Sources told OpIndia that even though the main purpose is to ensure Gaikwad and other like minded Shiv Sena politicians fly unhindered, other people would also be allowed.
Unconfirmed sources suggest that people with utter disregard of the law and questionable moral ethics would be the preferred passengers.
We managed to speak with a senior Shiv Sena leader named Uddhav Gaikwad for more clarity of the matter, “We are starting this to end the monopoly of those who think they can define rules for rest of us. We ask everyone to join us in this revolution. Say, if that guy Kanhaiya from JNU wishes to fly, he will be allowed and he will be free to beat up people to get the window seat.”
The airlines will have only aisle and window seats with mannequins seated in the middle seat, which can be slapped and beaten up by the liked-minded passengers.
“Our in-flight entertainment system will have computer games like Mortal Combat and Counter Strike. We would also offer flicks like Rambo, Terminator, Bollywood ones starring Sunny Deol, and TV series like Game of Thrones,” Uddhav further revealed.
When asked as to would the whole venture be funded by the Shiv Sena from party funds, he answered in negative, explaining, “This is a step to fight monopoly, to seek aazaadi from Air India. This is fight against gundaism, so why should we pay from our pockets? As Arvind Kejriwal had successfully argued, such expenses should be borne by the taxpayers. So we have decided to set aside some amount from the BMC by introducing a new tax.”
(umm.. obviously, this is satire)