New Delhi. The government is set to hand over debt-ridden public sector airline Air India to the Tata group in the next 10 days. The reason for this is that the government is facing a loss of Rs 20 crore daily to run it. Therefore, the government wants to complete the process of handing it over to the Tata group soon. At the same time, Air India employees have threatened to go on strike from November 2.
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The employees union of the company has threatened to go on strike after the Air India auction. Because of this, the company has issued an order to vacate the houses allotted to Air India employees within 6 months. Due to this there is a lot of anger among the employees of Air India. The Air India Employees Union has informed the Mumbai Labor Commissioner about going on strike from November 2.
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It is noteworthy that the Tata group has won the bid to buy Air India for Rs 18,000 crore. Union Civil Aviation and Airline Managing Director Secretary Rajiv Bansal said on Thursday that the process of disinvestment of Air India can be completed in the next 10 days. He said in an order that the process of disinvestment of the airline is in its final stages and a letter of intent has already been issued to the Tata group. Earlier, Tuhin Kant Pandey, Secretary, Department of Investment and Public Asset Management, which runs the government’s privatization program, had told that at present, Air India is incurring a loss of Rs 20 crore every day.
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