In the latest development, SP leader Naresh Agrawal has asked Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju to resign in the backdrop of his statement on the ban imposed by the airline on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad. \u00a0Speaking in the Lok sabha Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati said," The state-owned airline cannot discriminate between different classes and that they cannot compromise on safety." He also added that the rules are same for everyone. Rules are the same for everyone: Aviation Min Ashok Gajapati Raju in Lok Sabha on issue of ban imposed by airlines on Shiv Sena MP R.Gaikwad \u2014 ANI (@ANI_news) March 27, 2017 Gajapati Raju's statement was a response to the Shiv Sena MP Anadrao Adsul, who while defending Gaikwad raised the issue of banning \u00a0Gaikwad from all airlines. Adsul had urged Lok Sabha speaker Sumrita Mahajan to take the issue to the government. Earlier in the day, SP leader had also come out in the support of Gaikwad by calling the ban by Air India as 'Dadagiri'. Naresh Agrawal of the SP in Rajya Sabha: Airlines banning Ravindra Gaikwad (Shiv Sena), just goes to show their (airlines) 'dadagiri' pic.twitter.com\/PC9Zc7SI0x \u2014 ANI (@ANI_news) March 27, 2017 Also, Congress leader Rajni Patil had given a notice in Rajya Sabha against the VVIP culture that had shown up. I have given notice in Rajya Sabha over VVIP culture issue that has come up, all MPs are not the same as shown:Rajni Patil,Congress pic.twitter.com\/1JOYYCdeFm \u2014 ANI (@ANI_news) March 27, 2017 On Monday, Shiv Sena had called for a shutdown in Osamabad over the issue of putting Gaikwad on the no-fly list of all airlines. Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad has been alleged of manhandling and abusing a 60-year old duty manager of the Air India over not being able to fly in the business class.