New Delhi: More than two months after comedian Kunal Kamra was grounded by several airlines for heckling Arnab Goswami on an IndiGo flight, Vistara Airlines on Friday also banned him from flying till 27 April. Also Read - Kunal Kamra Flying Ban: Delhi High Court Gives DGCA Eight Weeks to Consider His Plea Against Airlines

After the ban, Kamra wrote on Twitter, ”Air Vistara has also banned me now till the 27th April, following orders like they show… at a time where no one can fly, all I want to say is, neither am I sorry nor am I surprised, nor am I suffering…” Also Read - Air India Mistakes Kunal Kamra From Boston For Comedian, Cancels His Flight

A flying ban was imposed on him on Jan 28 this year for heckling journalist Arnab Goswami on a flight.

Following a directive by a union minister, airlines like IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet and GoAir banned him after he posted a video of his encounter with Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief of Republic TV.

In the video which went viral, Goswami was seen trying to avoid Kamra even as he continued to ask him questions and called him a ‘coward’.

“Viewers want to know if Arnab today is a coward or a nationalist. Arnab, this is for the national interest. I am part of the tukde-tukde narrative. You should deflate me. You should take the enemy of the states down. You should make sure that the country is in safe hands of Narendra Modi,” Kamra said in the video.