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Jet Airways staff seeks President Ram Nath Kovind intervention

Jet Airways staff seeks President Ram Nath Kovind intervention

New Delhi: Employees of Jet Airways have written to President Ram Nath Kovind and PM Modi seeking their intervention to recover outstanding dues as well as to expedite the process of emergency funds for the airline, which has shuttered its operations temporarily. Cash-starved Jet Airways, which has around 23,000 employees, has delayed payment of salaries to the employees, including pilots.

Amid uncertainty over the future course of the carrier, two employees’ unions have now written to the President and the Prime Minister. In separate but similarly-worded letters this week, the Society for Welfare of Indian Pilots (SWIP) and Jet Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Welfare Association (JAMEWA) have requested help in clearing outstanding pay dues. “We request you to consider the situation with the urgency it deserves and direct the management of Jet Airways (India) Ltd to expeditiously disburse all outstanding dues to affected employees,” a letter said.




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