Aviation

Two Air India unions seek CBI probe into airline’s losses

MUMBAI

Taking their fight against the airline’s management to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s door, two Air India unions have sought a CBI probe into the state-run carrier’s losses and bringing those responsible to book.

In a letter to the Prime Minister last week, two Air India unions – All India Service Engineering Association and Air India Employees’ Union – have also alleged “trampling” of employees’ rights by a “dictatorial” management in the name of the Turnaround Plan (TAP).

“We conclude our appeal to your good self by a requisition to constitute a CBI enquiry for the losses of Air India and bring the culprits to book,” the unions said in the joint letter to the Prime Minister.

Read more at Economic Times

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