The MP who is no longer high-flying

Ravindra Gaikwad ’s poll affidavit show that he has eight criminal cases against him, including one for culpable homicide. The latest incident is the ninth case

GN Bureau | March 29, 2017


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Ravindra Gaikwad
Ravindra Gaikwad

Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who is no longer allowed to fly, will be reaching Delhi by train on Wednesday to attend the ongoing parliament session and also to attend a meeting at the civil aviation ministry on him being grounded.
 
Gaikwad took the Rajdhani after Air India foiled two attempts by him to book flights to Delhi with the airline for Wednesday, reported Hindustan Times
 
Delhi Police has already filed FIR against Gaikwad for assaulting an Air India staffer at IGI Airport. The MP was angry as he had not been given a business seat, though the aircraft only had economy seats. He assaulted an AI staffer and the incident was caught on camera.
 
 
The MP is not new to controversies. His poll affidavit shows that he has eight criminal cases against him, including one for culpable homicide. The latest incident is the ninth case. He has been booked for multiple charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, criminal intimidation, rioting, unlawful assembly, voluntarily causing hurt, endangering life, wrongful restraint and being armed with deadly weapons.
 
Here is a list of cases against him.
 
Details of Criminal Cases
 
 

Cases where charges framed

Serial No. IPC Sections Applicable Other Details / Other Acts / Sections Applicable
1 336, 332, 147 RCC No. 1913/2013, JMFC Omerga, Date of framing charges: 09.01.2013

Cases where Cognizance taken

Serial No. IPC Sections Applicable Other Details / Other Acts / Sections Applicable
1 143, 341 35 of B.P.Act. SCC No. 1317/2009 JMFC Omerga Date 28.12.2009
2 143, 341 SCC No. 1596/2008 JMFC Lohara Date 29.12.2008
3   Sec.37(2,3),36(1,3,4),135 B.P.Act. 3(1) Public Property Dest, SCC No. 31/06, JMFC Kankawali Date 30.01.2006
4   Crime No. 51/2013 Police Station Osmanabad City
5   Crime No. 1/14 Date 08.01.2014 Police Station Tuljapur
6 147, 148, 149, 337, 336, 304, 506, 427 Section 35 B.P.Act. RCC No. 48/2002, JMFC Tuljapur Date 13.03.2002
7 353, 323 SCC No. 913/2013 JMFC Omerga

Cases where convicted

Serial No. IPC Sections Applicable Other Details / Other Acts / Sections Applicable
---------No Cases--------

Brief Details of IPCs

1 charges related to Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty (IPC Section-332)
1 charges related to culpable homicide not amounting to murder (IPC Section-304)
1 charges related to criminal intimidation (IPC Section-506)
2 charges related to Act endangering life or personal safety of others (IPC Section-336)
2 charges related to Punishment for Rioting (IPC Section-147)
2 charges related to Being member of an unlawful assembly (IPC Section-143)
2 charges related to wrongful restraint (IPC Section-341)
1 charges related to Rioting, armed with deadly weapon (IPC Section-148)
1 charges related to Every member of unlawful assembly guilty of offence committed in prosecution of common object (IPC Section-149)
1 charges related to Causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others (IPC Section-337)
1 charges related to Mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees (IPC Section-427)
1 charges related to Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty (IPC Section-353)
1 charges related to voluntarily causing hurt (IPC Section-323)

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