For The First Time A Rajya Sabha MP Complains Against Airlines For Giving Him VIP Treatment

The Logical Indian

July 8th, 2016

Vivek Tankha

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The Logical Indian, so far, has voiced its thought quite several times on ending VIP culture. We have seen Netas gaining unnecessary advantages over other citizens on different occasions. But it seems to be an exception this time as Vivek Tankha, the newly elected Rajya Sabha MP from Madhya Pradesh complained that SpiceJet airline treated him like a VIP.

Mr. Tankha was travelling from Jabalpur to Delhi on July 6 on a SpiceJet plane, where he had received special attention. Following his journey, he forwarded a letter to SpiceJet promoter Ajay Singh, expressing his displeasure over getting preferential treatment.


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On his letter to the airline, he requested to “discontinue the practice with immediate effect for all VIPs (or at least for me) barring if there is some very genuine or compelling security/health consideration.”

The Logical Indian appreciates Mr. Tankha’s appeal to end the VIP culture. If Netas themselves come up to try to eliminate VIP culture, we’ll be able to bring an end.

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