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Kunal Kamra is a standup comedian and has appeared on several OTT platforms.
- There was an argument with Arnab in Kunal's flight, many airlines banned Kunal for 6 months.
- On Arnab's birthday, Kunal along with filmmaker Anurag Kashyap came to present him with slippers.
Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami came out after getting bail from the Supreme Court on Wednesday. During the hearing of his bail plea, the Supreme Court made several comments on the Maharashtra government. On the other hand, standup comedian Kunal Kamra has tweeted a few questions questioning Arnab's bail. Describing these tweets as objectionable, Pune lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui has sent an application to the Attorney General of the country seeking contempt proceedings against Kamra.
Kunal Kamra's tweets:
After Arnab Goswami got interim bail, Kunal Kamra tweeted – Looking at the speed with which the Supreme Court operates issues of national importance, it seems time to replace Mahatma Gandhi's photo with Harish Salve's photo.
Kunal wrote in another tweet- DY Chandrachud is a flight attendant offering champagne to first class passengers as they are fast tracked. While ordinary people do not even know that they will ever be able to climb or even sit, there is no question of being serviced.
Kunal arrived to gift slippers on Arnab's birthday
Earlier, Kunal Kamra had repeatedly tried to provoke Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami as a 'coward' in a flight coming from Mumbai to Delhi. Taking cognizance of the uproar caused by them, several flights, including IndiGo, had a 6-month ban on traveling on their planes. Not only this, on Arnab's birthday, Kunal, along with filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, came to gift him slippers. There was a lot of spectacle in social media about this.
Arnab was arrested for abetment to suicide
Arnab was arrested by the police on November 4 from his home in a case of abetting Naik and his mother to suicide in 2018. Arnab moved the Supreme Court after not getting bail from the Bombay High Court. The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted bail to Arnab Goswami and two other accused on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 each.