Jet Airways reached the brink of waste! Pilots ask PM Modi help!

The National Aviators Guild (NAG), registered trade union of the Indian pilots of Jet Airways, wrote a letter to PM Modi saying that thousands of people will become unemployed after the loss of the airlines.

Pilots of Jet Airways, a struggling financial airline, have demanded immediate action to save the company from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu. The National Aviators Guild (NAG), registered trade union of the Indian pilots of Jet Airways, wrote a letter to PM Modi saying that thousands of people will become unemployed after the loss of the airlines. Also air fare will also increase. According to media reports, Jet's 260 pilots are engaged in trying to get jobs in its competitive airlines SpiceJet. This can make the company more difficult.

Deep-rooted crisis on Jet Airways, pilots said - if the salary is not withdrawn from April 1

Let me tell you that some days ago, the pilots had warned that till March 31, they did not get their last salary, they would go on strike from April 1. It is being told that all workers except pilots and engineers are getting salary from time to time.

 

Help sought from PM Modi- National Aviators Guild (NAG), registered trade union leader of Indian pilots of Jet Airways, wrote a letter to PM Modi. In it, they feared that the airlines had reached the brink of waste. If this happens thousands of people will become unemployed. This will increase the problems in the Indian aviation sector. In such a way, the rent will increase. So the difficulties of the passengers will increase. (Jet Airways did not give 3 months salary to engineers, Naresh Goyal letter written to employees)


Jet Airways' problems- Naresh Goyal has a right in Jet Airways. His company is facing the biggest financial crisis in the past 25 years of history.




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